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September 2018

Interviews with Scientists: Shivani Sachdev

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 6164 Views No comments

Next in our interviews with scientists, we spoke to Shivani Sachdev, a PhD Student in the Connor Lab at the Macquarie University. Shivani is studying the pharmacology and toxicology of novel psychoactive substances.

Tips for Poster Presentations at Scientific Meetings and Conferences

By Nina Lichtenberg, UCLA 1 years ago 13197 Views No comments

Do you have a poster presentation looming? Read some top tips from our fantastic guest blogger Nina Lichtenberg, ideal for PhD students and post-docs looking to deliver that perfect poster!

Tips for Oral Presentations at Scientific Meetings and Conferences

By Nina Lichtenberg, UCLA 1 years ago 8127 Views No comments

Conference presentations may be daunting - but it is a skill that can be honed just like any other. Our expert guest blogger Nina Lichtenberg, has shared her advice on nailing that pitch perfect presentation.

The Importance of Science Communication

By Chinmaya Sadangi, University of Toronto 1 years ago 25471 Views No comments

Are you any good at communicating what you do? And why is communicating science so important? Our amazing guest blogger Dr. Chinmaya Sadangi shares his thoughts on why communicating about science, online and ‘out there’ in world, is vital, and how it can make a difference to your own research. Find out more...

Resources for Life Science PhD students

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 7262 Views No comments

One of the things we’re most passionate about is supporting early career life scientists.

As well as publishing our PhD guides here on the blog, speaking to brilliant PhDs for our ‘Interviews with Scientists’ series, and giving our community a platform via our guest blogs, we also have a whole host of resources to help and support you once you get going in the lab. Read on to find out about them...

Travel Award Winner Johannes Felsenberg

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 3733 Views No comments

Neuroscientist Johannes Felsenberg, working in Scott Waddell's lab at the University of Oxford, UK, is our August travel award winner. He is researching the neural circuit mechanisms underlying memory re-evaluation and the award will help to fund his trip to the 13th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society - find out more...

Novel water-soluble, potent DREADD ligands, licensed from the NIH

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 24243 Views No comments

We are delighted to announce that we have launched two novel water-soluble hM3Dq & hM4Di ligands – JHU37160 dihydrochloride and JHU37152 dihydrochloride. These are exciting tools for scientists studying GPCR and DREADD signalling. Hello Bio has been granted a licence from the National Institutes of Health to manufacture these novel tools and make them commercially available for the first time to life scientists worldwide. Find out more...

Interviews with Scientists: Lucy Lewis

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 4034 Views No comments

Lucy Lewis is currently entering her second year as a PhD student at Cardiff University in the UK. Lucy is studying Behavioural Neuroscience as a part of the BBSRC SWBio DTP, and attempting to understand how we process rewards and the underpinnings of reward-deficits as seen in psychiatric symptoms.