Our lab is looking for a highly motivated and proactive postdoc to work in a project involving the characterization of aluminosilicate supported metallic nanoparticles by X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS), Ion Scattering Spectroscopy (ISS), and Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy (UPS). 224 more words
Postdoctoral Researcher – Carbon Cycling in a Mangrove Estuary The Department of Oceanography at the University of Hawaii
Postdoctoral Researcher – Carbon Cycling in a Mangrove Estuary The Department of Oceanography at the University of Hawaii invites applications for a full-time Postdoctoral Researcher to examine aquatic carbon cycling in the coastal Florida Everglades, situated in the largest contiguous mangrove forest in North America. 232 more words
I have published an article (in Norwegian) analysing debates on welfare politics in an online discussion forum for mothers. The article is published in the first digital only Open Access edition of the journal Norsk medietidsskrift.
Sorry it’s been so long. I’ve been all kinds of busy preparing for heading back to England. I’ve been booking flights, sorting out my accommodation for the last couple of weeks, making a list of things to do before I go, looking for jobs, writing papers, and (I wanna say dancing, but it’s not come up that much, and my dancing is fairly poor at the best of times, so let’s go with…) drinking at the zoo?.. 765 more words
Everyone agrees that postgraduate, postdoctoral and other early career researchers struggle with reconciling the geographical demands of their careers with personal and family life. A lot has been said (informally over a drink or during conference coffee breaks) and written (on blogs and in academic journals) about the fact that the current academic system is unkind and detrimental to researchers’ families, relationships, childbearing decisions, parenting, other care responsibilities, and mental health. 388 more words