Springer Nature Storytellers hosted an event at Berlin Science Week in which five researchers on the front lines of discovery shared true stories about life behind the science.
Have you given up a great full time job to do your PhD? Some of you might have done this fairly recently – what changes can you expect?
De-stuffing your writing: or the The bumper list of words and phrases you could delete to make your writing more concise
This post is by Dr Katherine Firth, research fellow at Latrobe University. Katherine blogs over at Research Voodoo. As you probably already know Inger, Shaun and I are writing a book about Academic Writing Trouble and How to Fix It that distills the advice you would get if you took us out for lunch and asked…
The National Institute for Health Research Faculty is the collective term for the people we support to lead and deliver health research, and to train as the next generation of health researchers. This is a diverse group of people – including academic researchers, operational delivery professionals and those training as future applied health researchers. The…
Should early career researchers be expected to relocate regularly in order to land a permanent job? In this post for the LSE Impact Blog, Eva Krockow weighs the benefits of an international career against the costs of constant mobility.