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Write That PhD Aug 9
How to give a good presentation: some helpful pointers
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Dr. Amie Hayley Aug 11
Swinburne University - Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow in Psychology/Neuroscience. Be part of a Leading Mental Health Research Centre. Full time, 2-year fixed term position at Hawthorn campus. Please share and retweet!
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Hugh Kearns Aug 12
An expert is a person who has made all the mistakes which can be made, in a narrow field. Niels Bohr, Nobel Prize 1922.
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Marina Gardasevic Aug 11
My latest blog post is up!!! 🤩 Making your figures suitable for posters/presentations (Hint: more to it that many think!) I am so proud of this post, I've wanted to write about this for ages so please let me know what you think!
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Write That PhD Aug 8
How to successfully complete & submit your PhD on time: key action items & major milestones
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EYCN Aug 12
Hey hey hey !! The e-YCN@ECC is open for registration: incredible sessions, EYCA and online networking sessions will be there for you. Only 2 weeks before it starts. Register here:
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La Trobe Researchers 23h
"I'm finding that I work harder to get an average workload done, and still feel that I'm falling behind." -
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Jasvir Kaur Nachatar Singh Aug 13
Weekend delight. Sabrina Gupta and I had a chat with Dai Le (DAWN founder) about our South Asian students and graduates employability experiences in Australia in the midst of COVID-19. Take a listen.
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Write That PhD Aug 7
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Hugh Kearns Aug 12
At what point do you need to stop exploring and start exploiting? It's fun to open up new lines of enquiry, to read more articles, to gather more data. But if you want to finish something, at some point you have to stop exploring and exploit what you have.
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Write That PhD Aug 8
Tomorrow! Tune into this webinar with , founder of the high-output program. He will show you some simple techniques to dramatically increase your output. All welcome. Book now
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The FEBS Journal Aug 10
Enjoyed our last competition? We’ve now launched a new one, aimed at people who love writing and are interested in sharing tips & experience on getting a job post-PhD For more info 👉
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researcher.life Aug 7
Are you ready for this week's ? Here we go - Which tense should you use in the results section to refer to tables, figures, & graphs?
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Samantha K Knapton Aug 11
I'm extremely pleased to announce I have been named as one of two Junior Research Fellows at the Pilecki Institute in Warsaw for 2020/1. Very much looking forward to working and researching in Warsaw 🙌
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Katie Rich Aug 12
Dissertation proposal defense tomorrow. Quick, give me your best tips!
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Clarivate 16h
Registration is now open. Clarivate is now accepting applications for the 2020 Eugene Garfield Award™ for Innovation in Citation Analysis. Find out more:
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Talitha Ford Aug 13
Some insights and handy tips for postdocs, their supervisors, and the general research community to support ECRs during and post-pandemic:
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Dr. Anuja Cabraal (PhD) Aug 10
My favorite tool for transcribing is called Express Scribe. Really speeds up transcription time, and is FREE. Here is the link:
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Rebecca Lim Aug 12
Do you have a mission for your team? Your department? Yourself? Maybe it's time to rise above the noise of manuscripts, grants, experiments, emails and meditate over your WHY.
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DMM Journal 18h
One weel left to apply for our Conference Travel Grants. Yes, they do cover VIRTUAL MEETINGS. And yes, we remain committed to supporting early-career members of our communtiy. Apply by 21 August here:
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