Resources


Grant Writing Surgery – January 2019

Posted on 28 November 2018 by Andrew Hollins

There are always a range of development tools on offer within the School and wider University, here is one for the New Year that may be useful to a broad cross-section of the Research Staff Group. Grant Writing Surgery – “Targeting & optimising your grant application” 14/01/19 @ 13.00-17.00  Sir Martin Evans Building, E1.02 Are you looking for research funding??? If
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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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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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Cardiff University Technical Staff Conference 2017

Posted on 1 September 2017 by Andrew Hollins

Contributed by: Dr Liese Ganderton (Teaching Technical Supervisor, School of Biosciences) On 10 May, the main foyer and coffee shop areas of the Sir Martin Evans Building were buzzing with anticipation as we welcomed over 100 technical staff from schools across the University (and a few from beyond) to our first ever Technical Staff Conference. Organised by
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Bioinformatics Coffee Club (BICC) – an introduction

Posted on 6 June 2017 by Andrew Hollins

Of the many interest groups around the department, the Bioinformatics Coffee Club is one which draws participants from across all of the research divisions and our associated University Research Institutes, incorporating Biosciences, Medicine, and any other College schools which wish to attend. The intention behind setting up the group was to get to know other people working in bioinformatics,
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