Weekly round-up #136

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Weekly Round-up #136

We have a rather packed Round-up this week!  

Keep us up to date: VALIDATE is always keen to boast about the work and achievements of its members. If you have published any relevant articles, held an event or are organising a future event you would like publicised, let us know and we will share with your fellow members - validate@ndm.ox.ac.uk.

 

Funding

There are even more funding opportunities on our funding page.

Training Opportunities and Events:

Also, the European Melioidosis Congress planned for May 2021 has been postponed to 2022.

You will find more interesting opportunities on our Training and Events pages.
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Job Opportunities:

Keep up to date with all the relevant career opportunities on our jobs page.

     

    Highlights on Twitter this week

    Scientific American published an article on the issues surrounding anonymous peer review, Hugh Kearns tweeted the Seven Secrets of Highly Successful Research Students, and Science Magazine published an article about how stigma makes it harder to fight epidemics. Dr John Tregoning tweeted about the importance of taking a holiday for your career and scientific breakthroughs, JoVE has been a building a collection of videos and articles demonstrating a range of Burkholderia lab methods and the MRC are open to nominations for the Millennium Medal 2020. Vaccines Today explained why people get sick even though they have been vaccinated, PCCP marked World Lung Day with an infographic about TB and Nature Careers have articles on surviving the lockdown as a solo-parent scientist and the trials of global research under the coronavirus. Follow @NetworkVALIDATE to keep up to date on all the news and views in our field.

     

    Published: 23 September 2020