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Jacqueline Stephens 8m
Exciting news: Had a paper accepted with "minor revisions" .... feedback? please rewrite the introduction, please rewrite the discussion, please include more information in the methods, oh and, change the title.
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Anna Drayton 4h
Hi what software do/did you use for your thesis? I’m completing my Masters and am using Word but have heard whispers it might be worth switching to Latex? Any guidance is much appreciated!
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Ann Dunlea Jun 13
Can anyone recommend training programs for early career scientists starting up their own lab? New skills I know I’ll need include leadership, management, and accounting. Any others?
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Dr Ashish Malik 10h
Career grant interview tomorrow and haven’t been this nervous in a long time. Need more strength.
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CNU Lab 13m
team attend the research impact workshop online! !
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Michael Do 13m
EEG plotting is difficult, but satisfying
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theHigherGeometer 5h
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Hugh Kearns Jun 11
When you feel overwhelmed, remember that the next big thing will be a lot of small things. Great mural from Uni of Ghent. Applies to research, writing, everything. Get clear about your next small thing and make a start.
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Talitha Ford 6m
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Lauren Ball Jun 18
Great resource for any PhD or honours students! An essential ‘how-to’ guide to writing good abstracts
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Sarah Atayero 18h
It’s been fun being out of the office, but I am very happy conference week is over. No more workshops or sandwich buffets until 2020 pls 😩
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Talitha Ford 27m
Learning about increasing research impact, starting with Twitter, thanks to and !
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onlyJustAPhD 7h
today is my last day with the PI that has made my life unbearable. Who do we need to talk to to make it so that EVERY academic gets compulsory management training?
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Hugh Kearns Jun 18
Bad writing precedes good writing. This is an infallible rule, so don’t waste time trying to avoid bad writing. (That just slows down the process.) Anything committed to paper can be changed. The idea is to start, and then go from there.
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Future of Research 12h
"Among the subset who indicated they would not pursue an academic career track, researchers found a general lack of interest in the professoriate and “disgust” over the associated pressure-filled norms and culture."
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Researcher Academy 2h
Submitting your data, methods or protocol papers to peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journals can benefit your article and boost your citation potential
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Dr. April Abbott Jun 18
ECR panel on interdisciplinary research and forming collaborations across topics
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Dr Kelsie E Long Jun 14
Catching a flight to Singapore tonight, then to Frankfurt, then to Split ready for . Also just submitted my first paper today. All in all a very good Friday. Hope everyone else is having a good one too 🔥🔥🔥
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ACNS Early Career Researchers 4h
Its today! Have you booked your tickets? Have you got any questions you'd like to ensure we cover? Send them through to us now! See you all online soon!
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Dr Anna Clemens Jun 16
A useful resource if you would like to start some science writing (it's great fun, I promise!! 😊)
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