Read our COVID-19 research and news.
- Virtual “visits” can provide valuable insight—as long as they’re planned strategically
- The COVID-19 pandemic threw a curveball to the career plans of many faculty members. Read how some were able to play on.
- Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, demand for such programs is surging
- The ideal time to launch a career search is on day one of your postdoc. Fear not, here are some tips if it didn’t happen. Plus, is there such a thing as a “postdoc trap”?
- “It’s OK to feel scared and sad. And it’s OK to say so,” one Ph.D. student advises
- As universities close, our columnist shares tips for scientists who are working from home
- Crafting a crafting a lab policy towards accessibility for all is an on-going process. It might be time to refresh yours.
- Despite clinical trial failures, Alzheimer’s research is getting a reboot thanks to increased funding opportunities and new directions in the data.
- Moving on with your career may entail moving to another country. Here’s a checklist to survive and thrive.
- Researchers from a variety of disciplines and career stages share what works for them
- Community science brings a DIY sensibility to a range of research areas, providing a collegial atmosphere of collaboration and support.
- Former students recount their experiences dropping out
- Opening yourself up to constructive criticism can be scary, but the benefits are worth it
- Advice for early-career researchers from a negotiation expert
- Supportiveness and working style are key factors for Ph.D. student satisfaction and success
- Job opportunities abound for researchers and clinicians in cancer precision medicine who are at home collecting and analyzing big data.