Science & Science Careers

The water watchdog (Mar 11 2016)
Improving student advising (Nov 6 2015)
New guidebook aims to help female postdocs (Oct 5 2015)
Funding woes for early-career female scientists (Sep 22 2015)
Advising communication (Sep 14 2015) (Nov 6 print version)
New NIH division director shares plans for the future (Sep 2 2015)
Learn how to cope in grad school (Aug 20 2015)
Journeying back in time with ancient DNA (Jul 23 2015)
Another report urging reform for biomedical workforce training (Jul 21 2015)
HIV researcher found guilty of research misconduct sentenced to prison (Jul 6 2015)
Biodiversity researcher becomes first female president of Mauritius (Jul 6 2015)
What happens after a retraction? (Jun 23 2015)
The health of those who study health (Jun 8 2015) (Jun 26 print version)
‘Underrepresented’ is an understatement for minority faculty members (Jun 1 2015)
All in the family (May 27 2015) (May 29 print version)
Science still seen as male profession, according to international study of gender bias (May 22 2015)
Depression afflicts almost half of STEM graduate students at UC Berkeley (May 13 2015)
Treading a different track (May 7 2015)
From war to science paradise (May 1 2015)
Two LSU physics doctoral students drown in Baton Rouge swimming pool (Apr 30 2015)
Sexist peer review elicits furious Twitter response, PLOS apology (Apr 29 2015)
Ivy league graduate students push for unionization (Apr 28 2015)
Academic integrity and copyright law entangled in legal case (Apr 24 2015)
Women best men in faculty hiring study (Apr 13 2015) (Apr 17 print version)
Biologist. Engineer. Brewer. (Apr 7 2015)
Activate your cancer immunotherapy career (Apr 2 2015)
A new award for junior faculty (Mar 23 2015)
Educating outside the classroom (Mar 12 2015)
Into the wild (Mar 10 2015) (Mar 13 print version)
Postdocs discuss proposals for change (Mar 6 2015)
Barriers for women of color in science (Feb 23 2015)
Public engagement: Balancing altruism and self-interest (Feb 16 2015)
Grant proposal budgeting 101 (Feb 14 2015)
Who you calling “alternative”? (Feb 13 2015)
Elitism in the academy (Feb 12 2015)
A call to serve science (Feb 10 2015)
Science by any means necessary (Feb 6 2015)
Baring it all (Jan 27 2015)
Following the birdsong of science (Jan 19 2015)
Belief that some fields require ‘brilliance’ may keep women out (Jan 15 2015)
NIH takes another step in recognizing same-sex marriage (Jan 9 2015)
Stipends increase for some NIH-funded trainees (Jan 8 2015)
Yes, you can attend that career event, says the U.S. government (Dec 17 2014)
Careers in Fast-Forward, Part 3 (Dec 8 2014)
The Road to Ebola (Nov 20 2014)
Seeking Social Scientists (Nov 19 2014)
No Sexism in Science? Not so Fast, Critics Say (Nov 14 2014)
Is Academic Science Sexist? (Nov 6 2014)
Packaging Workforce Data for Public Consumption (Nov 4 2014)
Managing a Lab Move (Sep 23 2014)
Happy Thoughts May Help Postdocs Handle Stress (Jul 21 2014)
Extinct, Yet Still Evolving: Review of My Beloved Brontosaurus (Jul 26 2013) [PDF]

Cell

Faculty Searches Get a Facelift (Sep 25 2014)
Shifting Ground for Big Data Researchers (Apr 10 2104)
Education Evolving: Teaching Biology Online (Dec 19 2013)
Science on Set (Aug 29 2013)
Science for Sale: Academic Meets Industry (Jul 20 2012)
Drop that Pipette: Science by Design (Oct 28 2011)

The Scientist

Bridging Two Worlds (Apr 4 2014)

Nature

Translational Research: Cancer Killers (Apr 2 2014)
Communication: Spontaneous Scientists (Jan 2 2014)

Figure One (AAAS Mass Media Fellowship alumni blog)

When Medical Research Hits Home (Oct 17 2013)
The Power of the Pen (Sep 12 2013)
Out of the GMO Jungle (Aug 6 2013)
The “I” in Science Writing (Jul 2 2013)
Pitch, Publish Prosper: The Science Writers’ Handbook (May 7 2013)
Scientific Publishing Matters for Journalists Too (Mar 5 2013)

EveryONE (PLOS ONE blog)

Pristine Fossil Reveals Unlikely Pair (Jun 21 2013)
The Multiple Origins of Wine Grapes (May 20 2013)
A Perfect Match: A Multidisciplinary Conference for the Ultimate Multidisciplinary Journal (Apr 19 2013)
Celebrating India’s National Science Day (Feb 28 2013)
Antarctic Bacteria Float Through Winter (Feb 4 2013)
It’s Late January; Do You Know Where Your Resolutions Are? (Jan 23 2013)
Geophysics for All: PLOS ONE at AGU (Dec 3 2012)
Giving and Giving Thanks (Nov 21 2012)
All About Alzheimer’s (Nov 9 2012)
Halloween Highlights: Spooktacular Science in PLOS ONE (Oct 5 2012)
Stein, Tankard, Pint, Boot: Different Beer Glasses Affect Drinking Speed (Aug 31 2012)
PLOS ONE Launches Synthetic Biology Collection (Aug 15 2012)
Anxiety, Exhaustion, and Telomeres (Jul 11 2012)
Aping Around: Locomotor Behavior of an Extinct Great Ape (Jun 26 2012)
Honey Bee See … Honey Bee Do? (Jun 11 2012)
Malaria From Many Angles (May 16 2012)
So I’m a Doctor — Now What? Post-PhD Career Choices (May 7 2012)
Identical Twins Caught Red-Fingered (Apr 30 2012)
Observing World Malaria Day 2012: Sustain Gains, Save Lives (Apr 25 2012)
High Altitude Genetic Juggling (Feb 29 2012)
What Elephants Want: Ranging and Raiding in Asia and Africa (Feb 8 2012)
Bug Love: The Fascinating Story of the Fig Wasp (Jan 25 2012)
Mating Versus Immunity: An Insect’s Dilemma (Jan 11 2012)
Tweet for the Sake of Science (Dec 7 2011)
A Very PLOS ONE Thanksgiving (Nov 23 2011)
One Fish, Two Fish, Old Fish, New Fish (Nov 18 2011)
An Ocean of Pheromones (Oct 26 2011)

Los Angeles Times

HIV-resistant cells work in mice. Can they help humans? (Aug 21 2010)
Genetically modified crops pop up in the wild (Aug 13 2010)
Russian seed bank loses court hearing (Aug 12 2010)
Development plans threaten Russia seed bank for unique fruit varieties (Aug 10 2010)
New procedure shows promise for treating brain tumors (Aug 10 2010)
Volunteer gamers trump computers, and science is the winner (Aug 6 2010)
Genes hold the key to our heart (Aug 5 2010)
Biotech offers promise for producing fuel (Aug 4 2010)
The delicate balance of hand transplants (Jul 30 2010)
Researchers engineer malaria-proof mosquitoes (Jul 17 2010)
Microscope allows a sharper look at molecules (Jul 10 2010)
Genetic study on longevity may be flawed (Jul 8 2010)
Tibetans’ genes have quickly adapted to high altitude (Jul 3 2010)
Longevity — it’s in your genes (Jul 2 2010)
‘Mummies of the World’ at California Science Center uncovers history (Jul 1 2010)
Growing lungs in a lab: researchers move closer to goal (Jun 25 2010)
Limbs from fins? One gene may be responsible (Jun 24 2010)
Worry grows over white-nose syndrome’s widening reach among bats (Jun 20 2010)
How butterfly wings build their color (Jun 19 2010)

Berkeley Science Review

Another Year, Another Controversy at Cal (Nov 15 2010)
Genomic Analysis Can Be Powerful — In the Right Hands (Aug 31 2010)
Unearthing Ardi (Spring 2010)
When Dinosaurs Stopped Ruling the Earth: Review of T. rex and the Crater of Doom (Fall 2008)
Beyond the Chalkboard: Interactive Learning May be a Cure for Ailing Test Scores (Fall 2006)
H2ydropower: Getting a Grip on Hydrogen to Fuel Tomorrow’s Cars (Spring 2006)

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