ENTER ARTICLE AUTHOR NAME enter content and openand close each paragraph with ENTER ARTICLE TEXT We asked American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology members who work in industry to offer advice and information to scientists who are considering or seeking industry jobs. These selected responses have been edited for clarity. More than 60 […]
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Over the last several years, I have had the privilege of participating in or leading teams in various capacities. But I don’t think I ever quite realized how grateful I should be for such opportunities. Someone took a chance on me and allowed me to learn and grow personally and professionally alongside them, as well as […]
One of 14 children, freshman Rosee Xiong is continuing her family’s strong educational drive. Four of her older siblings already have graduated from UW–Madison. Photo by Doug Erickson Rosee Xiong barely remembers a day when she didn’t have her fingers on a computer keyboard or some other piece of technology. That youthful passion paid off […]
As freshmen, we often experience some culture shock in our first two weeks of class at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. For some of us, the school is bigger than anything we’ve ever seen. For others, classes are harder than we expected. But, for a lot of students, especially minority students and members of historically disadvantaged communities, the obvious lack of diversity comes as a big hit.
Later this month, postdoctoral researchers and representatives from research associations around the United Kingdom will gather in Cambridge, UK, for the first National Postdoc Meeting, also the inaugural event of the latest Postdoc Centre of the University of Cambridge. This gathering coincides with the United States National Postdoc Appreciation Week and marks increasing, though long […]