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Sci on the Fly

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Other careers for scientists exist
By Judy Keen  |  July 25, 2016

I’m growing tired the complaints I hear and read that PhDs in science have no options because there are so few jobs in academia that only the "lucky" few can get them (like this one

By Peter R Reczek  |  June 15, 2016

Sometimes the most disruptive technology is one that slips under the radar and is not appreciated by investors or customers until long after it is introduced into

Pulp Science books
By Melinda Gormley  |  June 11, 2016

We are currently living through an era of social media and online publications in which scientists, engineers, and other experts have found a vehicle for presenting their research and opinions.

By Jessica Rosenberg, Louise R. Howe, Barbara Natalizio, Reba Bandyopadhyay, and Melinda Gormley  |  June 10, 2016

Many AAAS S&T policy fellows will take faculty and administrative positions at academic institutions at some point after their fellowship.

Rhema Bjorkland, Diana Weber, Anne Dix, Kevin Green, Gerardo Ceballos
By Pamela Collins, Marit Wilkerson, Diana Weber  |  May 26, 2016

On May 12, the Biodiversity Affinity Group of the S&T Policy Fellowship (STPF) hosted its flagship event of the spring, "Sparking a Conservation Renaissance: Emerging Paradigms in Conser

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