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Can the post-doc shortage get even worse?

Posted by , on 18 March 2024

The road of academia is a pretty established ladder, PhD, then postdoc, then faculty. I am approaching the end of my PhD and the opportunities seemed endless. At least, when ...

A poetic response to ‘Science is more than the sum of research’

Posted by , on 10 January 2024

There are traditional measures of success in the research community, but should they be the only ways we define our success? Kirsty Ferguson writes a poetic response to Mayank Chugh’s ...

Cracking the egg

Posted by , on 29 August 2023

Lessons from developmental biology in how to navigate the scientific career-scape Between the fifth and tenth days the lump of stem cells differentiates into the overall building plan of the ...

Science is more than the sum of research 

Posted by , on 10 August 2023

Mayank Chugh asks "What do we value in science? What does success mean in science?" and argues we should normalize doing academic community work alongside research.

Coming Out of my Cage and I’ve Been Doing Really, Really Good

Posted by , on 10 August 2023

Perspectives of a Transgender Scientist

Introducing a new blog series: Honest conversations

Posted by , on 10 August 2023

Anyone who has spent time doing research knows that being a scientist is not always sunshine and rainbows. It is great to see people announcing on Twitter that they published ...

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