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Supporting Women in STEM: All You Need To Know About The 2019 Scientista Symposium

By Jackie Giovanniello, Symposium Director for the Scientista Foundation 11 days ago 195 Views No comments

Jackie Giovanniello is Symposium Director for the Scientista Foundation - here she talks about women in STEM, the important role of the Scientista Foundation, and the forthcoming Symposium...

Seeing Yourself In Science: Reflections Of An Undergraduate

By Jess Walsh, University College Dublin 12 days ago 351 Views No comments

Our amazing guest blogger Jess Walsh shares her thoughts, wisdom and experience on the issues surrounding diversity in STEM.

Scientific Papers: Tips For More Productive Writing

By Maria Montefinese, Post-doctoral Research Fellow, University of Padova, Italy & Honorary Research Associate, UCL, UK 19 days ago 3677 Views No comments

Do you find it challenging to write scientific papers? Or perhaps you struggle to say motivated, when there are so many other demands on your time? Our fabulous guest blogger Maria Montefinese, from the University of Padova and University College London, shares her top tips for improving the output of your scientific writing...

Celebrating Women In Life Science on International Women’s Day

By Sam Roome 19 days ago 2151 Views No comments

It’s International Women’s Day on 8th March and to celebrate, we’ve looked back on conversations and interviews with our life scientist community to put together this roundup of inspiring women working in life science...

What Are The Greatest Scientific Discoveries Of All Time?

By Sam Roome 25 days ago 1147 Views No comments

All scientific discoveries are amazing, and some are truly life changing. To give science some extra love (as if we could love it any more), we’ve looked back on our conversations and interviews with our life science community to see which scientific discoveries you think are the greatest...

Why strong leadership is vital for great science (and how to create it in your lab)

By Jaana Van Gastel, University of Antwerp, Belgium 25 days ago 8760 Views 1 comment

Why do we need strong leadership in our labs, and how can we achieve it? Read Lab Heroes AwardTM nominee Jaana van Gastel's illuminating article.

Travel Award Winner Giorgia Moschetti

By Sam Roome 1 month ago 949 Views No comments

Our latest travel award winner is Giorgia Moschetti, a researcher working at Università degli Studi di Milano. Giorgia is researching the role of a novel family of chemokines, Prokineticins, in the development of chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy and the award will help to fund her trip to NeuPSIG 2019. Find out more about Giorgia and her research...

Interviews with Scientists: Jennifer Martin

By Sam Roome 2 months ago 8020 Views No comments

SUNY PhD student, and Hello Bio travel award winner Jennifer Martin has recently received the prestigious NIH Blueprint Diversity Specialized Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Advancement in Neuroscience (D-SPAN) Award. We caught up with her to hear more about it, and how her career has progressed...

Undertaking a PhD in an International Lab

By Sonia Sanz Muñoz, Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute 2 months ago 38980 Views No comments

Undertaking a PhD is challenging enough - but then throw in with that, a new country and culture, and maybe a new language, and that's a whole different ball game! Our wonderful guest blogger Sonia Sanz Muñoz shares her experience and tips for coping with the challenges of studying for a PhD in a country far from home...

The Life Scientist's Guide To Cost-Saving In The Lab

By Karolina Farrell, UCL, United Kingdom 2 months ago 4132 Views No comments

One of the biggest challenges for life scientists is working within budgets to make grants and funding go further. In this Life Scientist's Guide To Cost-Saving In The Lab, neuroscience PhD student Karolina Farrell from UCL shares her top tips for cutting costs (not corners) in the lab...