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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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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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Dr Anna Clemens 23h
A useful resource if you would like to start some science writing (it's great fun, I promise!! 😊)
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Academic Alice 10h
Hi , how to go about networking in academia?
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Dr Francine Marques 6h
Calling all researchers in ! Have you completed the survey? It only takes 5 minutes and will help us secure better conditions for all - please RT
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Vanessa Brum-Bastos, PhD 14h
My brain: Coffee, breakfast,, greys anatomy, need shower... woow! What if I compute the time between migration and disturbance? Send it to my PI before forgetting it! FEELS SMART AND GOES BACK TO WORK UNTIL NEXT IMPOSTOR SYNDROME CRISIS LOL!
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Sally McArthur 3h
Student talks Conference, 1st up, Zoe Pettifer introducing the one technique to rule them all, XPS! Highlighting that interpretation of XPS may not be as easy as it first seems, particularly the sulfer environment! ping
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Researcher Academy 14h
Dosing old mice with an enzyme from the blood of young mice makes them live longer and look younger, new research said.
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Redwood Ink 13h
We helped a postdoc revamp their CV for an industry job search, and they got the job! What a great way to start the week!
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Madelaine de Valle Jun 16
Very pleased to have my thesis proposal committee meeting done and dusted! A great opportunity to obtain valuable feedback to inform revisions to my proposed research and theoretical model. This means there's no excuse for me not to start my first study now! πŸ™ˆ
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LSE Impact Blog Jun 15
Don’t let your academic career determine your every move – Should early career researchers be expected to relocate regularly in order to land a permanent job?
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Gina Kusuma Jun 16
Monday morning lab meeting - listening to the gospel according to
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Dr Laura Rodriguez Castro Jun 16
Sending that paper's third round of revisions like:
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Write That PhD Jun 15
How to write more productively: some key ideas, books & apps for academics
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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 πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
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Paul Bleakley Jun 13
Worst thing about self-imposed 'don't work on Friday night wherever possible' rules? When you have a productive Friday afternoon meeting that sends you into a spiral of research, & 'brainstorming'. Let's face it, I've never been great with rules - especially my own
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Mary Brushe Jun 16
This is your Sunday night reminder that whatever this week throws at you, you got this πŸ‘ŠπŸΌ
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Researcher Academy 2h
Check out our Writing section for modules to help you elevate your research writing skills
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Lisbeth Morrison 21h
OneDrive nearly gave me a heart attack this morning... so here's a reminder to back up your work folks!!
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Hugh Kearns 6h
Atelophobia: The fear of being imperfect or not good enough. Common amongst high achievers. And a problem in research where things are rarely perfect.
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