Way back in the dim and distant days of yore (well, the 18th May but it seems like a long time ago now we’re in the future space-age July) we ran another of our Green Reactions series of events in conjunction with… 632 more words
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Marcia McNutt, current editor in chief of Science wrote an interesting editorial that discusses the importance of persistence in science. It is also great that the article mentions how a future in academia should not be the only option pursed by early career scientists.
Read the whole article here.
Hakluyt Society Conference CFP: Maritime Trade, Travel and Cultural Encounter in the 18th and 19th Centuries
CALL FOR PAPERS: POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS AND EARLY-CAREER RESEARCHERS
THE HAKLUYT SOCIETY IN COLLABORATION WITH THE WILBERFORCE INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF SLAVERY AND EMANCIPATION/MARITIME HISTORICAL STUDIES CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF HULL AND THE UNIVERSITY OF WORCESTER… 370 more words
Friday 19th June brought us the third in our ongoing series of public dialogues, this time exploring the concepts of using engineered organisms to remove pollutants from the environment and the transformation of waste biomass into useful products as part of a future bio-based economy. 2,967 more words