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Reflecting on 35 years: Rules to research by...

If you’ve been following CURChem in the month of April, then you’ve read and enjoyed the powerful career insights from our friend and colleague, Dr. Roger Rowlett. 319 more words

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Reflecting on 35 years: What's most important

If you’ve been following CURchem this April, you’ve been enjoying the parting words of wisdom from our friend and colleague, Dr. Roger Rowlett. This week Roger talks about what it takes to make a rewarding career over decades, and the… 1,683 more words

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My top five job application tips

When applying for jobs the hardest part is getting past the first hurdle and getting selected for an interview. The following tips are focused particularly on technician roles and are taken from my experience of reading and selecting applications as well as talking to various student groups, especially at the… 883 more words

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Reflecting on 35 Years: Making good choices

We all need a mentor,  especially when you are trying to make an impact using undergraduate research. One of the best mentors we can offer you is Roger Rowlett from Colgate University. 1,758 more words

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Team Away Day 2018

This blog first appeared on the University of Edinburgh Technicians blog page (behind EASE password).

22nd of February 2018. A day that will long live in the memories of the… 609 more words

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Running a Research Program: Manage, But Don't Overmanage

In this week’s blog post, Dr. Sunghee Lee writes about how she manages to motivate and maintain a laboratory full of fourteen excited undergraduate researchers! 1,550 more words

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4 Tips to Manage Laboratory Inventory

Managing inventory in the laboratory is an important task and the significance of it is largely overlooked. Inventory management remains one of the single most effective ways to reduce costs and improve productivity. 1,011 more words

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