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Scientists to Europe is dedicated to providing tailored information to qualified academics across all scientific fields, who are interested in relocating to exciting career opportunities throughout Europe. By means of continuously providing up-to-date news, travel guides and lifestyle articles personalised specifically to scientists, we hope to educate, inspire and entertain you!

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Mastering a Small Casual Wardrobe for an Academic career
Cultivating an academic wardrobe can be a challenge because of the ambiguity involved. The job is variable and you need
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How to love your work when an experiment fails
When you complete an experiment, you may have spent weeks considering how to exclude the extra variables, months writing up
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7 Lifetime Inspirations for Scientists
Science can be portrayed as a very dry process where one systematically excludes variables in order to make the truth
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Academic grad destinations
With a new academic degree in hand, many graduates have the ticket to a bright future and career of their
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How to balance a scientific career with Motherhood
The quest for work-life balance is one that we are all a part of and no matter how much we
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Holiday Highlights for Scientists in Prague
Prague is a beautiful city in the midst of the stunning Czech countryside. It is steeped in history and a
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Can Scientists blend spiritually into practices?
By Taylor Bushey  It’s interesting when watching how people respond to different topics such as spirituality and science. There’s always
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How to open a Gourmet Restaurant after your academic degree
By Taylor Bushey  It’s safe to say we all love food. Some of us love it so much that we
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Everything to expect when your research career goes unexpectedly
By Taylor Bushey  We’ve technically all been there. Life itself will always go in a way that’s unexpected, and that’s
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How to Explain in an Interview a Gap in Your Scientific Career
Going to a job interview is nerve-wracking enough, but if you have to explain a gap in your resume, it
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