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The value of scientific careers outside academia needs to be acknowledged. Universities can help by publishing data on where their researchers end up.
Julie Gould discusses problem solving, research integrity, and the importance of feedback in PhD programmes at the 2018 ORPHEUS conference, held in Iceland.
How two women showcase the achievements of India's female research community and the career challenges they face.
Julia Hubbard has Type 1 diabetes and lupus. Collin Diedrich has dyslexia. Listen to their top tips for juggling scientific careers alongside illness and disability.
Alaina G Levine and Peter Fiske describe how networking can help you move between industry and academia.
Two scientists describe their career moves from academia to vintinculture and bread making
Lessons on a move from industry to academia from a mother-of-five
Recognising your skills and accomplishments boosts job satisfaction
How to get better at mentoring when you’re new to a leadership role.
An insight into sports science, plus Nature's 2017 PhD survey findings explained.
London Naturejobs Career Expo speakers, exhibitors and attendees share how flexibility in a scientific career can stretch your career options.
Starting a lab can be a daunting prospect as there is often little formal training in how to do it.
Following scientific dreams can be fulfilling, but you may have to make personal sacrifices.
Time planning and goal setting can make your work and career planning more efficient, as well as help you prioritise what it is you love to do.