Weekly round-up #146

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Weekly Round-up #145

 

We are excited to bring you yet another packed VALIDATE Weekly Round-up this week. 

 

VALIDATE Now Ends November 2021!

In excellent news, VALIDATE has been awarded a six month no-cost extension by our funders, the MRC & BBSRC, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our activities and projects. With this extension, VALIDATE will be able to support its members until 30 November 2021, which is fantastic.

If you have any thoughts about what activities VALIDATE should host in 2021, or how Team VALIDATE can support you over the next 12 months, get in touch at validate@ndm.ox.ac.uk.

 

Upcoming VALIDATE Events

A quick reminder that although there are only a few weeks to go in 2020, we have a packed events schedule. Our December talks are all open access and online, making them accessible from around the world, so do please spread the word to colleagues, collaborators and even school kids - anyone interested in our members and their research is welcome:

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Training Opportunities and Events:

There are many more relevant career opportunities on our jobs page.

     

    Highlights on Twitter this week:

    Write that PhD hosted a webinar on how to transform information from journal articles into research models (you can watch the webinar here) and shared some free resources to help you plan, progress and finish your PhD. The British Society for Immunology hosted their Virtual Conference and shared a great infographic 'What is a Vaccine?'. The Vaccine Confidence Project warned about the COVID-19 vaccine disinformation on Facebook, and our sister GCRF network The Gnatwork published their latest Newsletter. The Scientist shared a great infographic on innate immunity and The Global TB Caucus tweeted an interview with Lord Herbert about TB and HIV.

    Follow us on Twitter for more news, views, opportunities and items of interest - @NetworkVALIDATE.

     

    Published: 02 December 2020