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Stepping up for hope
The March for Science is now over. Now scientists face some big questions. What message did they deliver, what comes next, and what does it mean for their careers?
Why I marched for science – a transatlantic perspective
The March for Science won't have a lasting effect unless we improve science communication, says Judith Reichel.
Boffins, Brexit, Trump and a Time Lord
The media seized on "nerdy signs," celebrity appearances and interviews with working scientists to demonstrate that the March for Science had firmly engaged the public.
Turbulence ahead
US science faces a political storm. It's time to tighten up your online privacy and data security, say experts.
How to pitch your PhD in 180 seconds
Joshua Chu-Tan had just three minutes to describe his research. Here's how he managed it.
Maximising the role of UK universities as "anchor institutions"
Universities have a positive impact on their home cities. This US-coined term is catching on in the UK.
Researcher mobility in a post-Brexit world
Young scientists from Europe and the UK are unsure what opportunities will be available for them after Brexit imposes freedom of movement changes, says Erica Brockmeier.
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Degrees of progress
The number of women receiving physics PhDs is at an all-time high, according to latest figures from the American Institute of Physics.
University transparency
Australia's 39 universities have pledged to release data on sexual assault and harassment at their institutions.
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Part-time work at a consulting firm can provide management skills and connections outside academia.
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