Life after Science recommends…

Your favorite 4 and a half Docs recommend a great new article marking the start of a new century in the research of human anatomy and physiology. It is also the first lead authorship article for our Olya that finally bullied Bharath enough to pull off a first-author paper. Must read!

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Life after Science

Your bi-weekly dosage of entertaining chronicles from people that live a Life before, during, and after Science. Stories, opinions, discussions, fun and drama – all in one convenient package – delivered to you by 4 and a half Docs in Life (after) Science.

Liking natural sciences in school, studying medicine, informatics, chemistry, biology or whatever, doing PhD & postdoc – we all have similar paths.  Now, years into science, we feel like sharing our ups and downs, and sharing our experience on answering the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything: “How to not only survive, but also enjoy a Life after Science?!”.

New humouristic, intelligent, politically incorrect scientific-ish podcast „Life after Science“ soon available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. In the meantime enjoy our podcast on our Website.
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