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Article - 10 ways to make public engagement work for you

This article talks about public engagement with research.

Look out for details of our forthcoming Images of Research Exhibition 2014-15 and Research Poster Competition and think about how you can engage with non-academic audiences. 10 more words


The Value of Networking for Researchers

Your current research may be your all-consuming focus at the moment, but it is likely that you will move on in terms of both location and research remit before long.  539 more words

Top five reasons you should work at a startup

Hi, I’m James Pursey and I work at a startup called carwow. Since graduating in 2011 I’ve worked at two startups and one corporate company, as well as running my own business for a couple of years. 569 more words


Graduate Entrepreneurs’ Visa Scheme announces winners

Twenty international students from Brunel have been awarded coveted Graduate Entrepreneurs Visas after successfully pitching their business ideas to a panel of external judges.  The award follows a tough vetting process by Brunel’s Innovation Hub team where candidates attended a structured workshop programme, wrote a business plan and presented their ideas to the panel. 206 more words


Use Key Note research to boost your employability!

Key Note is one of our market intelligence databases.  Although it’s often thought of as being primarily for students and researchers in the field of business, … 262 more words

My 40 Days

Last week on the blog we told you about this amazing competition from Adzuna to find ‘The Graduate of the Year 2014‘ – if you haven’t already entered, what are you waiting for? 179 more words


Executive Function Mentor 1: Why

This miniseries details my recent experience of taken on a mentor-like role in regard to executive function skills. It is a spin-off of Breaking the Silence… 1,934 more words

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