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An editorial in Nature by Kendal Powell dwells on the uncertainties of career prospects by post-doctoral fellows, in the US and elsewhere
The course will introduce PhD scientists to the competencies they need to thrive in industry and will expose them to the culture and infrastructure of life sciences companies through MBA- style case-based teaching, professional development workshops, and a team-based project
In a short commentary in Nature Genetics the editors discuss how often submitted papers are flawed by an excess of claims, as if the authors wished to "hypnotize" readers with their beliefs. But ow often are such claims substantiated by experimental evidence?
You've got great results and you're ready to publish them? That's very good news indeed! As with many other things in life, even in science "well begun is half done"... However, going from your brand new data stored in your computer to publishing them in a peer-reviewed journal is not an easy task. Here you will find some rules of thumb on how to do it.