Working Scientist is the Nature Careers podcast. It is produced by Nature Research, publishers of the international science journal Nature.
Media interest in particle physics and the Large Hadron Collider boosted Jon Butterworth's interest in public engagement, reports Julie Gould.
Industry has long courted physicists for their data science expertise, but will this change as more undergraduates acquire these skills?
Moving abroad is a fact of life for many scientists. Astrophysicist Elizabeth Tasker offers some advice.
Julie Gould hears how a technical university in the Netherlands took radical measures to boost the number of female academics.
Ben Britton says the online collaboration and communication tool has changed his lab for the better.
Machine learning and data management skills can raise your scientific profile and open up career opportunities, Julie Gould discovers.
Mona Nemer tells Julie Gould about her role as Canada's chief scientific adviser and how she aims to strengthen science in the country.
Learning how to code brings career benefits and helps science by aiding reproducibility, Julie Gould discovers.
Mark Dodgson and Lee Cronin discuss the revolutionary potential of artificial intelligence on university teaching, research, and scientific careers.