social networks

Social Science

by Gene Tetreault

The traditional image of a solitary researcher working in an isolated laboratory in pursuit of a scientific discovery is outdated. Today’s scientists are more social than ever, driven by the imperative to collaborate in order to innovate.

Social Networking Sites: A New Recruiting Tool

by Rich Pennock

Social networking sites allow recruiters to establish relationships with candidates while promoting their company and leveraging relationships into placements down the road.

Life Online

by Gloria Metrick

As sites and tools for online networking and collaboration evolve, they are gaining a permanent place in most laboratories and businesses.