Research staff blog 2011
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Have you had the kind of career that involves jumping from one research project to another? Does it allow you to feel you are building a career, or are you frustrated by constantly having to return to the starting line over and over, or develop skills that don’t have much mainstream value?
12 September 2011
Main aim of global association or consortium: · Intercommunication; o share ideas, o&
10 November 2011
As the saying goes... Does this apply to some PIs being away and their groups becoming less focussed in their absence?
01 December 2011
Why the academy runs on love.
28 November 2011
Engaged scholars, unabashed lobbyists or useful research mediators? Would you work for a think tank?
11 December 2011
Who can you share your research successes with? Do your colleagues celebrate your triumphs, or is there too much rivalry there? Do your family and friends outside academia appreciate what it means to you to get a paper published? (I’m not, I’m really not, going to use the term work-life balance in this blog …)
17 December 2011
Do people find it hard because English does not have the formal/informal distinction of addressing people?
14 December 2011
What causes conflict in the academy?
20 November 2011
SET for BRITAIN aims to support early-stage and early-career researchers by enabling them to present and discuss their ground-breaking research to Parliament
21 November 2011
Communigen is looking for Thai, Malay, Filipino and Spanish native speakers with fluent written and spoken English and biomedical research experience, to help with systematic literature reviews of a disease epidemiology in Asian and Latin American countries.
21 November 2011