Naturejobs Podcast: Science, sickness and dyslexia

People don't need to let sickness and dyslexia stand in their way of doing science. Julia Hubbard, a research fellow at the Francis Crick Institute in London, has Type 1 diabetes and lupus. Collin Diedrich, postdoctoral research fellow in HIV/TB co-infection…

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Naturejobs Podcast: A fresh start

Transferable skills are beneficial at any career stage, whether starting out or retiring. The first Naturejobs podcast of 2018, A fresh start, looks at the impact of new beginnings, and how transferable skills can deliver career fulfilment at any career…

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Naturejobs podcast: Meaningful mentoring

The Naturejobs team put together a podcast that reflects the importance of top quality mentoring and coaching to early career researchers. Saso Kocevar, founder and managing director of HFP consulting, a company that coaches science researchers in leadership, communication and conflict…

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Naturejobs podcast: Life in the PhD lane

The Naturejobs team looks at careers in sports science and life as a PhD student in 2017 following publication of Nature’s biennial PhD survey. A combination of sport science and PhD life data is what this Naturejobs podcast: PhD in the fast lane, offers.…

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Naturejobs podcast: Life in the PhD lane
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Naturejobs podcast: How to start and run a lab

Two researchers share their experiences in how to start and run a well-managed science research lab. Starting a lab can be a daunting prospect as there is often little formal training in how to do it. In this Naturejobs podcast…

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Naturejobs podcast: How to start and run a lab
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