Interviews

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  1. Anju Paul

    Global Science: To the West and back again

    The life and biomedical sciences are thriving in many Asian countries, making it less essential for scientists to “go West”.
  2. Farhad Pishgar

    Global Science: Public health research in Iran

    Potential impacts of economic sanctions and a lack of long-term vision from the authorities hinder the work of researchers.
  3. Mahmoud Bukar Maina pipetting in the lab

    Global Science: Neuroscience in Nigeria

    Mahmoud Bukar Maina discusses the challenges of doing research in a country with limited resources.
  4. Career opportunities: Beyond Academia

    Graduate students at UC Berkeley aim to empower PhD students and postdocs to expand their career options beyond the traditional academic track.
  5. The participants of ComSciCon 2017

    Communicating freely: ComSciCon

    A workshop series organized by graduate students in the United States aims to help young scientists explain their research to broad and diverse audiences.
  6. Life story: Gal Haimovich

    When deciding to join a lab, scientists thinking of having children should consider what kind of support will be available to them.
  7. A family on an outing

    Life story: Tom Monie

    Balancing the need to network and showcase your scientific work with the demands of parenthood is a difficult act.
  8. A child's drawing of her parents teaching

    Life story: Jonas Obleser

    Raising children does not require having a done-and-dusted career path.
  9. A mother and child outside of a centre for scientific outreach

    Life story: Louisa James

    Being a parent helps to put things into perspective – and make strategic career decisions.
  10. Modesto Redrejo-Rodriguez enjoying a sunny day in the park with his sons

    Scientist and Parent: Raising equality

    Providing more flexible parental support would reduce the assumption that mothers should be the main caregivers and make it easier for fathers like Modesto Redrejo-Rodríguez to share childcare responsibilities.