African science

Africa lays out plan to boost science economy

2022-07-21T13:30:00+01:00By Munyaradzi Makoni

Pilot European and African Union programme aims to boost early-career researchers with fellowships of up to €500,000

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The nickel crystal that catalysed collaboration

2022-07-21T08:30:00+01:00By

An apparent scooping turned into something much more valuable

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Scientific success is built on failure

2022-07-12T13:30:00+01:00By

Things going wrong doesn’t mean that you’re inadequate

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Making interviews and workplaces fully accessible

2022-07-12T08:28:00+01:00By ,

Exploring the support available to disabled jobseekers and their employers 

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PhD students don’t need second jobs – they need paying above minimum wage

2022-07-25T13:25:00+01:00By

Recommended minimum stipends for UK-based PhDs failed to match inflation since 2005, exacerbating the current cost-of-living crisis

Get insight into the chemical scientist’s working day at some of the world's best known companies, plus advice and guidance on how to land the job of your dreams

Todd Pagano

Making research environments more inclusive to deaf and hard of hearing students

Todd Pagano helps open up the world of chemistry for students at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Kim Jelfs

This computational chemist is experimentalists’ secret weapon in the hunt for new materials

Kim Jelfs discusses how software development feeds – and needs – collaboration

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PhD students don’t need second jobs – they need paying above minimum wage

Recommended minimum stipends for UK-based PhDs failed to match inflation since 2005, exacerbating the current cost-of-living crisis

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Reimbursement culture needs to end

Reimbursement culture limits diversity in Stem