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Images of Research is On Tour!

We are excited to announce that Images of Research is going on tour! Don’t miss your chance to see the shortlisted entries, and read about the exciting research that’s being completed by Man Met’s emerging researchers. The images will be on display at the following locations and times.

Time period Venue
20/05/2019 – 14/06/2019 Science & Engineering – ‘The Street’
17/06/2019 – 19/07/2019 Business School – South Atrium
02/09/2019 – 20/09/2019 Brooks – Ground floor
23/09/2019 – 31/10/2019 Righton – Open Space
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Science & Engineering Early Career Researcher Grant Applications Workshop

Brought to you by Research & Knowledge Exchange, this afternoon workshop will be a chance for Early Career Researchers (in Science & Engineering) to improve their knowledge of the grant application process and give them the confidence to get started.

Date: Thursday 2nd May, 1pm – 4pm

Location: John Dalton E005

Registration: Register via Eventbrite

This interactive workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to hear from your Research Development Team on key considerations when preparing grant applications; ask questions to a panel of Science and Engineering colleagues on the realities of the grant application process; and examine past grant applications to determine which elements contribute to funding success.

This session is available to ECRs* who have permanent contracts and are eligible to apply for external funding.

*For the purpose of this workshop, ECRs are defined as staff within six years of their first academic appointment.

There are 30 places available on a first come first serve basis. To register please visit the Eventbrite Page where you will be able to confirm your eligibility and respond to two required questions.

We look forward to seeing you!


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Images of Research Exhibition – Don’t miss out!

A free photography exhibition showcasing the research, and its impact, of Manchester Met’s postgraduate and early career researchers.

Our Images of Research competition challenged Manchester Met’s emerging researchers to tell a story about their work in a single photograph.

The strongest entries will be on display in the beautiful Grosvenor Gallery until Thursday 7th March.

Please come along and vote for your favourite. The entry with the most votes will receive a £100 voucher.


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ECR Opportunity to Shape Ethical Debate

Cumberland Colloquia | Cumberland Lodge

Cumberland Colloquia offers doctoral students and early career researchers a platform to organise a national, interdisciplinary conference in the stunning surroundings of Cumberland Lodge in Windsor Great Park.

This is a unique opportunity to develop a residential conference at a prestigious venue, as part of a small committee, with guidance and mentoring throughout the year from our academic staff.

Applications to host the colloquium in March 2020 are now open. Download the application here.

Deadline for applications in 4th March 2019.


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EARLY CAREER RESEARCHER EVENT: LABORATORY FINANCE MANAGEMENT

CamBioScience plans to provide a series of 1-day courses for early career researchers to get practical advice on untaught aspects of applying for a grant. They want people to gain more confidence during their road to
independence.

Location: Barclays Eagle Labs, Cambridge

Date: March 23rd, 10.00 – 16.00

Registration: All details can be found here. Course costs £200 + VAT.

Eligibility: Life science early career researchers thinking of applying for a Fellowship or Research Grant in the next 6-12 months, have recently submitted a grant application or have recently had a grant application accepted.


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Standing up for Science Workshops

Sense about Science will be running a free workshop ‘Standing up for Science‘ which allows you to find out how to make your voice heard in public debates about science and evidence.

Location: University of Manchester

Date: Friday 29th March 10am – 5pm

Register: Free via the website (here) deadline for registration is Thursday 28th Feb

This is a full-day event where you can meet other researchers who have experience with public engagement, learn from policymakers about how evidence can inform policy and speak with respected science journalists to find out what journalists expect from scientists and researchers. You can also find out how to involve the public in communicating your research – great for Impact and Public Involvement!

The event is free (although registration is required) and is aimed at STEM and social science early-career researchers (PhD students, post-docs welcome) and medical professionals.

For more details please visit the website.