Young scientists need lighter workloads to help them live up to expectations and achieve success in and out of the laboratory, concludes a new report on the “Global State of Young Scientists.” That’s just one conclusion from the report, produced by the Global Young Academy, a Berlin-based offshoot of the InterAcademy Panel—the Global Network of Science Academies. For full coverage of the study, based on surveys and interviews involving hundreds of early-career researchers, see this story over at Science Careers.
What Do Young Scientists Think? New Survey Offers Answers
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