Being involved in science communication is not only great for your professional development, it also raises the profile and credibility of science research as a whole. In this guide, we look at the key qualities needed for effective scicomm, and share top tips from professionals who know exactly what it takes to get your message out there and become a great science communicator!
Life Scientists' Guides
No matter what stage you’re at in your life science career, you can always benefit from the guidance of a trusted mentor. In this great new life science guide, we share valuable advice for those hoping to become mentors, as well as those looking for the right person to help them unlock the potential of their life science career.
So you’ve spent months working on a great scientific paper, you’re excited for people to read your work… but how do you go about getting it published? We’ve gathered some top tips from experienced life scientists to help you get your research to print!
How can we make our labs greener? What more could you do to make your lab eco-friendly? In this great new guide, we’ve gathered practical advice from life scientists around the world to help you establish greener habits and push for better sustainability in your lab.
So you’ve been asked to help organize your institute or organization’s next science conference, but you’re a scientist - not an event planner! So where do you begin? Whether you are organizing a half day local symposium or a week long international event, this guide is a great place to start, with lots of detailed advice to help bring your science event to life!
What do grant reviewers really look for in a funding application? How can you make your proposal stand out from the crowd? The Life Scientists’ Guide to Applying for Grants and Funding is packed with expert advice to help you submit an outstanding application for life science funding.
Sitting on your first dissertation defense (or viva) panel is a big responsibility and you’ll want to make sure things go as smoothly as possible for all involved. That’s why we’ve gathered some top tips from seasoned examiners to make sure your first experience on a defense panel is a positive one.
So you’ve nearly submitted your PhD dissertation, but what next? If you’re looking to apply for a postdoc position, there’s a lot to consider. That’s why we’ve put together The Life Scientists’ Guide to Applying for Postdocs, containing fantastic advice from experienced scientists to help you take that next step on your life science journey.
Here are some resources that aim to support your mental health and wellbeing, wherever you are in your scientific career...
Whether you are writing up your dissertation, struggling in the lab, or a new PhD student, our Science PhD Survival Pack has resources to support you...