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From Me to We

By | June 1, 2008

The Scientist Community is about to take off. We hope you'll join us.

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The Importance of a Plan B

By | May 1, 2008

Even when the source of your salary is the government, it's not a guarantee.

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Speaking Your Mind

By | April 1, 2008

Most life scientists are working at an enormous disadvantage, and their resentment is growing.

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Science Applied to the Greatest Needs

By | March 1, 2008

Having failed the developing world, are we now getting it right?

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Cool Heads and Hothead

By | February 1, 2008

Model behavior on a model organism.

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Am I Sexist?

By | January 1, 2008

Here's how The Scientist will take action to support women in science.

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An iGEM of an idea

By | December 1, 2007

How to get students to go into science.

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OA, OK?

By | November 1, 2007

How far has open access come in a decade? And where will it go in the next?

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Scientists on Science

By | October 1, 2007

Should researchers "frame" their work, or is that just spin?

4 Comments

Tenure: What is it Good For?

By | September 1, 2007

Our readers seem divided, or at least concerned, over this academic institution's future.

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