Andrew Hollins

Andrew Hollins


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OPINION: Science and social media – Alice Gray

Posted on 14 June 2018 by Andrew Hollins

Do you engage in social media, or is it that mysterious ‘dark art’ that you don’t venture into? During the 2018 Research Staff Group away day Alice Gray presented on “Science and social media”, and subsequently agreed to turn a portion of her talk into a blogpost. Here is that post outlining the simplicity, reach, and potential
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MEETING: next RSG meeting date – 26th June 2018

Posted on 11 June 2018 by Andrew Hollins

A regular open meeting of the Biosciences Research Staff Group will be held in Room C1.29 of the Sir Martin Evans Building between 2:00pm and 3:30pm. Everyone with an interest in the School of Biosciences Research Staff Group are very welcome We look forward to another fabulous meeting which will feature, among other items: •
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INTERVIEW: A conversation with Maria Lo Giudice

Posted on 1 June 2018 by Andrew Hollins

In what could be seen as a bit of a departure for the blog this post reflects a conversation that I had with one of the School’s PhD student cohort, Maria Lo Giudice. Maria like growing numbers of PhD candidates enjoys a multi-partner, multi-institute, and multi-country period of study in seeking her doctorate. She is a visiting
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The “Postdoctoral Academy Programme” 2018

Posted on 19 March 2018 by Andrew Hollins

Below are the array of offering available to fixed and open-ended contract research staff of all levels within the School of Biosciences. Put together by the RSG committee with the School led by Daniela Riccardi, year on year this is evolving to become ever more comphrensive and tailored to the needs of staff within the School
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REVIEW: Summing up the RSG blog 2017

Posted on 16 January 2018 by Andrew Hollins

Research Staff Group blog summary for 2017 2017 was accented by consolidation of important group activities, the continued evolution of several research staff development offerings, and the retaining of our focus on listening to and representing the community of research assistants, postdocs, early career researchers, research associates, and junior fellows with the School. Firstly, we started the
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