The Scientist Released the 11th Round of its Annual Best Places to Work Surveys—Including Postdocs, Industry, and Academia

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The Best Places to Work series allows researchers of all levels to voice their praise and concerns about their institutions.

The Scientist is polling the scientific community to find out which institutions and companies foster the most innovative, rigorous, and supportive research environments. Each year researchers highlight the aspects of work they value the most—such as support, access to great research, and collaborations—as well as areas they wish their institutions would improve, such as appropriate family-care policies.

The Best Places to Work survey series features three categories: postdocs, industry employees, and researchers at universities, non-profits, and government agencies. The Scientist will publish the results in articles appearing in the April (postdoc), June (industry) and August (academia) issues next year and online at http://www.the-scientist.com. Members of the press who would like more information about The Scientist’s Best Places to Work surveys should contact bptw (at) the-scientist (dot) com. The only way to nominate your institution is to take the survey!

“We are proud to have offered these surveys to the life science community for more than 10 years,” says The Scientist’s news editor, Jef Akst. “The Best Places to Work series allows researchers of all levels to voice their praise and concerns about their institutions.”

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