An editor says it's important to begin writing review articles early on.
The Scientist presents its account of the best spots for postdocs.
In Science Careers, Adam Ruben asks why scientists don't write 'interesting, dynamic stories.'
A blogger shares tips for job seekers to re-tool their LinkedIn profiles.
American Scientist magazine proposes how academia might overcome issues that arise "when scientists choose motherhood."
The Arizona Republic reports on a new ASU program that could benefit local biotech.
Institutions in the US landed 30 spots on THE's top 50 list of universities by reputation.
While academics delay their retirements, universities increasingly seek contractual, non-tenure-track faculty.
A researcher shares tips for young scientists taking on their first peer review assignment.
New survey data shows that both male and female scientists are affected by issues related to work-life balance.
The newly appointed European Union Science Advisor tells Au Science Magazine about her career and issues facing women in science.
New NWBC data shows that female entrepreneurs are earning more patents and trademarks than ever before.
Researchers should accept the permanence of broader impact statements, two philosophers say.
A blogger shares tips on "surviving … your dissertation."
Panelists discuss the employability and relevance of scientists in a Guardian Q&A.
Being a clinical laboratory technician is one of 2012's top jobs, says US News and World Report.
A blogger shares paper-submission tips through the eyes of an associate journal editor.
The Washington Post says advances in synthetic biology may provide "a solution to the unemployment puzzle."
'A great idea will get applicants only so far,' says Nature this week.
A new video examines the 'age distribution of NIH principal investigators and medical school faculty.'
Maryland's The Gazette profiles Marty Zug, CFO of the Rockville biotech Sequella.
A blogger discusses moving from research to the corporate world, and people's perceptions of PhDs.
A blogger says mid-career scientists need mentors and advice as much as their junior colleagues do.
A blogger outlines tips for giving a great chalk talk.
A former academic known for his studies of work-life balance has been convicted of misdemeanor sex abuse.
In Science this week: swapping yeast genes with human orthologs to study conservation of function, and more.
Hong Kong is using DNA phenotyping to shame litterers.
A study appearing in Cell suggests some metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer patients could benefit from PARP inhibitor therapy.
NIH's Francis Collins writes that scientific advances are poised to help populations all over the world, but more scientists are needed to keep the momentum.