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AHRC - short film on their opportunities for early career researchers

The Arts and Humanities Research Counci have produced a short film aimed at Early Career Researchers (ECR) in the arts and humanities.

They say they recognise that the period following the completion of a PhD can be a challenging time for individuals as they look to explore different career options. 62 more words

Leading as a Product Manager

Those who know me, know that I absolutely love being a Product Manager. This role provides the opportunity to be creative, problem solve, have front row access to our customers and work with a team to build something quite incredible that solve real problems. 691 more words

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#DemystifyingCareers - Production Scientist

This month, we are celebrating different careers in the Aspiring Professionals Hub. Our focus is  #demystifyingcareers and in today’s article we share a transcript from an interview with  1,414 more words


Funding Opportunity: Fellowships in South Africa

DST / NRF Fellowships for early career researchers 2017. Deadline Thursday, 30 June, 2016.

The National Research Foundation (NRF) and the Department of Science and Technology (DST) in partnership with the United Kingdom Academies (under the United Kingdom-South Africa Newton Fund) are inviting applications for 2017 Fellowships.  Find out more


Funding Opportunity: Newton fund researcher links

Newton researcher links travel grants – Colombia, Egypt, Indonesia and Turkey, closing date 27th June 2016.  These aim to provide financial support for early-careeer researchers across selected partner countries by giving them the opportunity to form international connections through fully funded travel grants.  64 more words


Academics lay bare the truth behind their CVs

Professor Muki Haklay’s recent blog “Securing funding and balancing efforts: a tale of 21 research applications” (see below and Po Ve Sham – Muki Haklay’s personal blog) makes for some refreshing reading. 731 more words


The Value of Networking

Contributed by Cait Porte

It’s not about what you know, it’s about who you know. Boston is a “small” city – everyone knows each other. And when you limit it to the product space, it becomes even smaller. 843 more words

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