By Chemistry World2016-11-22T16:09:00+00:00
According to Nature’s 2016 jobs survey, the average academic researcher spends fewer than four out of every 10 working hours on research. Time in the lab shrinks as you progress your career, with researchers aged 45 years or older spending less than a third of their working life on lab work.
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The UK, France and Germany will provide support for the Institut Laue-Langevin, the world’s most intense neutron source
The benefits and drawbacks of working or studying from home are not clear cut
How Matt Endean works to keep children safe in school chemistry laboratories
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