resources for postdocs

SLF notmyaddress at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 19 13:17:55 EST 2001


These, and other links at the women in biology internet launch page (URL
below)

Article from THE BEAGLE called "The postdoc's progress" includes links
and online resources
http://news.bmn.com/hmsbeagle/95/notes/adapt

Science Mag's Nextwave has started a Postdoc Network
http://nextwave.sciencemag.org/feature/postdocnetwork.shtml

A suvey from THE SCIENTIST about postdocs, along with many comments on
how to choose a position.  Some of these are painfully funny, some are
practical, and some are simply clueless.
http://www.the-scientist.com/yr2001/jan/survey_010122.html

AWIS now has pages of statistics about women in science.  Here's  a
graph of why PhD's leave their doctoral fields, and how the reasons
differ by gender.
http://www.awis.org/statistics/other_field.JPG


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