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In labs it’s important not to let familiarity breed complacency, says Derek Lowe
Nina Notman talks to the scientists at the international organisation protecting humanity from the horrors of chemical warfare
Charlotte Ashley-Roberts reveals the tactics to talk your way to a higher salary
Looking to get fired? Derek Lowe offers some hot tips for a quick exit
Nina Notman looks at the group and individual efforts to promote racial equality in academia
The agencies of the EU and European Commission over a range of traineeships, many of which are suited to chemists. Emma Davies reports
Sarah Byrne investigates whether age discrimination could be unfairly holding back some researchers
Laura Woodward considers the options for those looking for work after significant time away
The dusty comment box in the canteen needs an overhaul
Universities in the UK are exploring the European approach of building a thesis from published papers, finds Nina Notman
Nina Notman profiles four researchers successfully balancing an academic career with family life
The European Research Area has made scientists more mobile, but the picture isn’t entirely rosy, finds Andy Extance
Targets and assessments can boost productivity at universities – but only if they do not stifle creativity and alienate the academic workforce, says Mark Peplow
David Smith wonders why gay scientists seem to stay unseen, and asks does it matter?
AstraZeneca is investing in the future of drug discovery with its new graduate training scheme in pharma. Manisha Lalloo finds out more
Not-for-profit drug discovery is growing into a promising niche employment opportunity within the pharmaceutical industry. James Mitchell Crow investigates
Andy Extance finds out how economic woes in southern European countries’ are affecting young chemists
How long should scientists stay at the bench, asks Derek Lowe. How long is a piece of string?
Working between the R&D lab and the supermarket shelf, formulation chemists turn prospects into products. Yfke Hager takes a look at their work
As startups flourish and outsourcing increases, Labstract is stepping in to provide space, expertise and training for the new model of R&D, as Yfke Hager learns
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