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  • Focus on Germany

    With the German Government now five years into a major program for investment in scientific research and innovation, we take a look at the new career opportunities that have opened up. A Science/AAAS Business Office feature.

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  • Big Thinking At Small Universities

    Numerous factors, large and small, come into play when one is deciding where to pursue a research career. Here, faculty members and deans size up their decision to work at a smaller institution and the issues that they face.A Science/AAAS Business Office feature.

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  • Professional Science Master's Degrees

    Now over a decade old, Professional Science Master's degrees are proving themselves to be a practical and valuable alternative to a Ph.D. A Science/AAAS Business Office feature.

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  • Advancing Science in Spain: Not Simply a Quixotic Quest

    The tapas of Barcelona, the Prado of Madrid, and the architecture of Sevilla are all international draws to the nation of Spain, but its scientific heritage has not always been so noteworthy.A Science/AAAS Business Office feature.

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  • Go With The Flow: A Wave of Water-Related Opportunities

    Proliferating water problems are building a wave of opportunities for scientific expertise, knowledge, and innovative solution. Here's a look at the growing pool of diverse needs A Science/AAAS Business Office feature.

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  • Lab Management: The Human Elements

    You've reached a career milestone: managing your own lab. This recognition of your achievements attests to your hard work, attention to detail, commitment to a goal—and outstanding science. But be prepared. You're about to face challenges you may not have considered.A Science/AAAS Business Office feature.

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  • Careers Beyond the Bench

    After completing their graduate studies, many scientists have moved away from the bench and found rewarding careers in areas from grant administration to venture capital. While still making use of the training and skills gained during graduate school, these "alternative" careers are a better match for many.A Science/AAAS Business Office feature.

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  • Reaching Gender Equity in Science: The Importance of Role Models And Mentors

    The number of women embarking on science careers has been increasing steadily during the past several decades. Although women scientists continue to be underrepresented at the faculty level, many women have established rewarding and successful careers in science—thanks in part to having had role models and mentors whose paths they could follow. A Science/AAAS Business Office feature.

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  • Denmark: Making Global Connections

    Denmark's Øresund bridge—connecting Copenhagen to southern Sweden—symbolizes the country's strengths in connecting basic and applied research, and academic and corporate interests.

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  • Finding Your Way Back: Re-Entering the Science Work Force

    In the idealized career path, a scientist goes straight from earning an undergraduate degree to graduate school, and then on to a postdoc and eventual employment, without breaks between positions. For various reasons, however, not all scientists' career paths are nearly so linear. A Science/AAAS Business Office feature.

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  • Reaping the Benefits of a Government Job

    Collectively, the US government is the largest single employer in America, filling approximately 1.6 million full-time, permanent positions; however, in reality, the US government consists of several hundred smaller employers, each of which has its own individual function and culture. As a result, the opportunities offered by government jobs are wide ranging, and the needs are diverse. A Science/AAAS Business Office feature.

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