Whether it’s your first time or you’re a seasoned conference attendee, scientific conferences provide so much more than just an opportunity to share you research. We provide some top tips on attending your first scientific conference – from networking to making the most out of the talks and posters!
Joanne Power takes a look at the Women in Malaria Initiative, and other ways of championing female sicentists, in line with International Women’s Day.
There comes the dreaded time in everyone’s course or job where they hear the word ‘presentation’. Here, Allison Cartwirght gives us her top tips for preparation, practice and presenting!
Healthcare Scientists are involved in 80% of the diagnosis provided to patients in the NHS, but who are Healthcare Scientists and what is it that they do?
Editorial Director of Future Science Group, Laura Dormer, tells us how she started her career in publishing and reflects on some of the changes that have occured in the industry.
Janet Daly, an Associate Professor in Emergent Viruses at the University of Nottingham’s School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, tells us what advice she’d give her former self if she was back at the start of her research career.
Louise Corscadden, a second year PhD student, gives us her top ten tips for surviving the first year of a PhD – from getting over the fear public speaking to asking for help.
Glenn Tillotson tells us about the interesting and rewarding opportunities young scientists could have in the pharmaceutical industry, highlighting how his own perceptions have changed over time.