Method Pliant

Research, developed by public or private entities, is an activity that shapes society. The action of doing research can impact the lives of the researchers themselves in ways they usually weren't able to forecast. In this issue, we explore the power of research, investigating a possible, more profound meaning of this activity, other than innovation.
People working in academia are prone to suffer from mental health issues such as Burnout and impostor syndrome. Maria Törnroos shares some insights on how to overcome such situations.
Research, developed by public or private entities, is an activity that shapes society. The action of doing research can impact the lives of the researchers themselves in ways they usually weren't able to forecast. In this issue, we explore the power of research, investigating a possible, more profound meaning of this activity, other than innovation.
People working in academia are prone to suffer from mental health issues such as Burnout and impostor syndrome. Maria Törnroos shares some insights on how to overcome such situations.