Interviews

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  1. Interview: Catching up

    Daniel Mansur explains the challenges he faces as a Group Leader in Brazil.
  2. Interview: Wearing many hats

    Maintaining academic software is just one part of the role Computational Scientist Tom Burnley performs for the electron microscopy community.
  3. Interview: Going places

    Moving from China to the US to do a postdoc is part of Huan Yan's plan to have his own lab one day.
  4. Campaigning for change: Bullied Into Bad Science

    Early-career researchers are hoping to reform the research and publication environment.
  5. Building a network of researchers: N2

    N2 is a network of more than 14,000 doctoral researchers at 193 non-university institutes across Germany.
  6. Engendering equality: The Lise-Meitner-Gesellschaft

    The Lise-Meitner-Gesellschaft aims to raise awareness of gender inequality in the natural sciences and mathematics.
  7. Editor’s choice: an interview with Yaiza del Pozo Martín

    When she realised that reading papers and discussing science was just as enjoyable as doing research, Yaiza del Pozo Martín decided to move away from a career as a postdoc to try something different. She now works as an Assistant Editor for BMJ Open.
  8. In the laboratory of science policy: an interview with Richard Aragon

    A “completely random” encounter with a former classmate propelled Richard Aragon from a postdoc to the world of science policy. He now works for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as the Chief of the Office of Program Planning, Analysis, and Evaluation at the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS).
  9. Core strengths: an interview with Diana Ordonez

    Of all the tools that Diana Ordonez used to study populations of immune cells during her PhD and postdoc research, flow cytometry was the most important. Now she uses her experience and skills to advise and support other researchers as a Flow Cytometrist at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany.
  10. Down the wormhole: an interview with Zoë Hilbert

    Zoë Hilbert is a PhD student at MIT, where she studies neuronal gene expression in the roundworm, C. elegans.