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Career Advice for Researchers

The PhD program is extremely long and the path is anxiety-ridden, often painful and frustrating, and can take a toll on you physically and emotionally. Therefore, it is…
During your research journey, you are likely to go through phases when you feel unsure about how you’re doing or find it difficult to deal with specific situations. You…
Habits to help you be highly productive in your researcher journey
An in-depth look at the various personal attributes that make for successful researchers, including how renowned researchers down the years have personified these…
We conducted a free AMA session for researchers on the popular Chinese platform ScienceNet and set up a panel of three researchers. This post introduces the panelists…
To be a successful researcher, it is imperative that you make optimum use of the time available to you. Effective time-management not only helps avoid the last-minute…
Vincent Vanhoucke, Principal Scientist at Google tells you what they don't teach you in graduate school.
Dr. Ben Britton leads the Experimental Micromechanics Group of postdoctoral researchers, PhD and masters students, and academic visitors at Imperial College London. Dr…
An inspiring post in which an early-career researcher narrates her personal story and takes us through the ups and downs of her on-going journey as a PhD student. She…
In this post, guest author Fouzia Nawaz talks about the concept of academic resilience and what it means in the academic research and publishing world. She also shares…