As an early career researcher, you need to balance your core role of undertaking research with writing publications, applying for grants, teaching commitments and looking for your next research post.
We’ve all had days in research where we’ve encountered an epic productivity fail. It leaves us asking — is there a better way to organise and plan our time?
Just finished your PhD. or a postdoctoral position? Considering making a move out of academia? We’ve put together some essential content with practical advice to help you take the next steps.
The career path for a research graduate rarely runs smoothly. There are diversions which can lead to new destinations that a researcher never considered when beginning their studies.
Researchers can use their skills to do vastly more than to just add to academic knowledge; they can also have significant societal impact.
As part of our “Crossing Continents” series of articles, we spoke to a uniquely mobile academic, Dr. Gulbakhyt Sultanova of the University of the Balearic Islands.
Public sector research positions are available in a wide range of institutes that are sponsored or owned by the government.
In a continuation of our recent article series on research outside academia, we talk to Dr. Chris Langmead about his diverse and successful career in drug discovery.
As an early career researcher, writing your first few papers in a scientific journal can seem like a daunting task.
In this article, intended for doctoral students and young scholars, Aijaz Shaikh, identifies common pitfalls and offer helpful solutions to prepare more impactful papers.