Friday 10th July @ 4 pm BST

How can you get a career in science communication? It's not everyday you can hear from an industry professional!

About this Event

Ed Pinches is a former Durham University student, and current Science Media Officer at Alzheimer's UK. Ed will share his passion for science communication and translating research in the dementia field, as well as offering advice on how to progress your career in the field.


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Friday 17th July @ 4 pm BST



Want to gain more traction and engagement? Graham can help!

About this Event

Twitter is a tool used more and more by researchers around the word, but how can you maximise your presence on the platform? Graham Soult is a professional consultant that will provide some unique insights in to how to create more engagement on your social media profiles!


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What it's all about


We'll be using Zoom - and the attendance will be strictly limited. That means we won't be in one giant conference call, but a slightly smaller group where we can actually communicate.


The event will have its own exclusive Scientistt Group, so you can continue your connections with ease into the future. This will provide you with a platform for collaboration and discussion.


It goes without saying that using technology to stay in contact is a way to help support one another. Virtual Networking is not about testing your academic level or requiring specialist knowledge - we are totally inclusive.