Our panelists discuss a wide range of topics that are of interest to early-career researchers, including recent open science developments, tips for career development, and advice on grant applications.
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How does embracing the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community lead to better science?
Learn how you can improve how you communicate your science visually.
Three early-career scientists share their experiences of applying for their first independent positions.
How can researchers build family friendly careers?
How can early-career researchers attract funding from non-governmental sources?
Why should you move to another city or country for your career, and what are the challenges involved?
What do you need to consider when communicating with different audiences?
Explore the new initiatives that are helping preprints to make a bigger impact.
How are researchers supporting their early-career colleagues?
How can researchers combine the arts with their science?
How can researchers share their science without waiting for articles to appear in journals?
Which skills are important for a successful career in bioinformatics?
What impact is Brexit having on researchers in the UK?
How can you transition into a non-academic career?
What's it like to balance clinical work with research?
How can you handle the challenges involved in setting up your first laboratory?
Our panellists explore the advantages of preprints.
What are the issues facing African researchers?
How do the Babraham Institute, the Gulbenkian Institute and HHMI assess researchers for funding and jobs?
What are the challenges and benefits of working reproducibly?
Learn from our panellists’ tips for interview success.
How could funding caps help early and mid-career researchers?
How can early-career researchers make their voices heard?