Registration is now OPEN for the Hello Bio LabLife Conference 2024!
Following a hugely successful inaugural event in 2022, we are incredibly excited to announce that the next Hello Bio Lab Life Conference will take place on 18th January 2024 – and registrations are now OPEN!
The Hello Bio LabLife Conference (#LabLifeCon) is a fully virtual event for early career scientists where we invite brilliant life scientists from around the world to share their knowledge, insight, wisdom and experience of life inside and outside the lab.
In a half-day schedule of expertly curated peer-to-peer talks and panel discussions, The Hello Bio LabLife Conference aims to support you in developing the lab and life skills you need to build a successful life science career.
Why we created the Lab Life Conference
Every single member of the Hello Bio team is incredibly passionate about supporting early career life scientists and life science research – we’ve all worked in labs, and we understand the emotional and logistical challenges researchers face at every stage of their careers.
Over the last few years, as we’ve built our blog, collaboratively created our guides for life scientists and grown our annual Lab Heroes Awards™, we’ve been continually inspired by the incredible spirit of camaraderie amongst life scientists and the huge willingness to help each other navigate life inside and outside of the lab.
That's why we've created this free conference.
What to expect at the Lab Life Conference
In a mix of 15-minute, TED-style talks, Q&As and interactive panel discussions, the Hello Bio LabLife Conference 2024 will cover a range of topics including:
- Getting your scientific paper (or other writing) published
- Writing effective funding applications
- Managing stress and anxiety in the lab
- Building your profile as a scientist
- Effective leadership and communication in the lab
- Exploring academic vs. non-academic career opportunities
Please note that this is a fully virtual event and the entire conference will take place on Microsoft Teams Webinars.
We’ll be updating the event page with speaker details as our lineup is confirmed, so keep an eye out for our social media announcements!
Once you’ve booked your ticket, we’d love you to spread the word and share that you’re going using the hashtag #LabLifeCon on Twitter (X), Instagram and Linkedin.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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