Nomination of early career scientists – 2018 Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting

Posted on 2 October 2017 by Andrew Hollins

Nomination of early career scientists – 2018 Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting  – internal deadline 6th October 2017 An opportunity of interest to many members of the School of Biosciences research staff  – Cardiff University has received advance notification of an invitation to nominate one early career (PhD/Post-Doc) candidate to the Royal Society for an exciting opportunity to participate in the
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Outcome: 3rd Annual Seedcorn Fund 2017

Posted on 15 June 2017 by Amy Baldwin

Contributors: Liliana Ordonez and Amy Baldwin The Annual Post-doc Seedcorn Fund gives BIOSI research staff the opportunity to develop their own research interests. Launched at this year’s Research Day, the Cardiff School of Biosciences generously increased its support of the scheme to £20,000 this year from £12,000 previously. The additional funding enabled research staff to
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Dr Kenneth Ewan

INTERVIEW: Kenneth Ewan – My Experience with Translational Science and Drug Discovery

Posted on 9 May 2016 by Andrew Hollins

Contributed by Kenneth Ewan “My Experience with Translational Science and Drug Discovery” Ken’s background My PhD and early postdoc work focussed on developmental biology ending with a productive project at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California investigating TGF-b1’s role in mammary gland development, homeostasis and its response to ionising radiation. My experience up to this
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INTERVIEW: Public Engagement- Karen Reed

Posted on 15 April 2016 by Maddy Young

Contributed by Dr Karen Reed Why get engaged? I am not, of course, referring to the activity which pre-empts marriage. Rather the critical activity of communicating our work to the general public in a way that allows them to connect with the science, and to understand the “why” and “how” behind what we do as
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