Tag: Early Career Advisory Board

November 3, 2016

Understanding Why Mentorship Matters

By Liesa Ross

The mentor/mentee relationship between Dr. Katherine Jungjohann and Professor C. Barry Carter, a consultant for the Center of Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT), was arranged by others but evolved organically. Carter was a natural choice for Jungjohann, who wanted guidance after finishing her postdoc and beginning a staff scientist position at CINT. Carter never saw himself as […]

  • Early Career Advisory Board
  • Leadership
  • mentorship
science policy

September 22, 2016

How Scientists Can Influence and Get Involved In Science Policy

By Ben Isaacoff

Science doesn’t happen in a vacuum (well, some experiments may require a vacuum). All scientists are living and working within society, and that social context matters. What is legal to study? How much funding is available to study it? How will resulting new science and technology be used? These are all essential questions. Ultimately, social […]

  • Early Career Advisory Board
  • science policy

March 29, 2016

9 Promising Young Scientists Join Nano Letters’ Early Career Advisory Board

By Liesa Ross

The future of science perennially belongs to the next generation. Students and young professionals are continual sources of enthusiasm, determination, and new ideas. To maintain their relevance for generations to come, scientific publications must find ways to engage scientists early in their careers. Journals can help provide guidance, as well as receive critical feedback from […]

  • Early Career Advisory Board
  • Nano Letters