Want to create your own science podcast but aren’t sure where to start? Dr Elodie Chabrol shares her brilliant collection of tips and tricks to help you get your podcast off the ground and into the ears of science fans around the world…
Support for Scientists
One year ago, Dr Leonardo Ferreira took his first steps along the tenure track when he set up his own lab at the Medical University of South Carolina, USA. In this guest article, he shares the challenges he faced in year one, his hopes for the future & offers valuable advice for those about to start a lab of their own…
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.
The inaugural Hello Bio LabLife Conference took place online last month and was a truly inspiring event! Read our round-up of the fantastic talks and panel discussions, plus our top ten highlights from the audience Q&A sessions…
Becoming a parent is a life-changing experience, so how do graduate students balance the challenges of parenthood with the demands of a PhD? Laura Geben of Vanderbilt University, USA, shares her 10 top tips for not just surviving, but thriving as a trainee-parent.
We’re delighted to announce that we’re joining forces with the fantastic team at Chaperone to offer even more support for early career life scientists! In addition to our monthly $500 Early Career Scientist Grant award package, future winners will also benefit from waived admin fees for career development sessions from Chaperone!
It’s normal to feel nervous about defending your PhD thesis, but there’s a lot you can do to make the experience less stressful. In this guest article, Dr Stacey Bedwell of King’s College London shares some top viva tips from her forthcoming book, ‘How to Excel in Your Doctoral Viva’.
Getting your paper published is still an important part of research life, but how to distil all of the knowlege you've gained in the lab into a few thousand words, clearly communicated, in a defined format, yet still be a compelling read, can seem like a big ask. With contributions from scientists from around the world, these resources are here to help!
We are delighted to confirm the full line-up of guest speakers, panellists and chairs for the inaugural Hello Bio LabLife Conference! Read all about our fantastic event contributors and find out a little more about what you can expect from each of them!
We’re delighted to announce that the inaugural Hello Bio LabLife Conference will take place on 30th June 2022! Find out more about this exciting new virtual event for early career scientists, and register for your free ticket today!