Fernando T. Maestre

Distinguished Researcher, University of Alicante
  • Spain

About Fernando T. Maestre

I lead the Dryland Ecology and Global Change Lab at the University of Alicante (Spain), devoted to understandg how dryland ecosystems work and how they are responding to ongoing global environmental change. Beyond my research interests, I am committed to train the next generation of scientists, to promote open science by providing public access to all my research outputs, to disseminate my research to non-scientific audiences, and to create healthier, people-centred and collaborative research labs.

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Nature Human Behaviour

How can we reduce the pressure on our early career researchers? Start by creating healthier lab environments

Being an early career researcher is becoming a dangerous job. We must urgently reduce the pressure that young scientists face and do not forget that our laboratories should be places to train scientists, not to destroy people


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