Scientists Simplifying Science

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The week that it was – 20th to 26th March, 2017

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CSG is now a platform with 6000+ members and CSG-Europe has started to bloom. Among the wide variety of information shared on the platform daily, I decided to bring you the opportunities to shape your future (of course, I know how you love to see them), help to deal with them and some refreshing foods for thought.

Time is ripe to attack the predatory science journals under the pretext of open access publishing, as researchers from Sussex carry out sting operation to expose 48 of them.

While Harvard Medical school scientists propose revising guidelines around genetic engineering, Nobel laureate Harold Varmus, Cornell Weill Medicine voices concerns around NIH budget cuts proposal.

Director of IISER Thiruvananthapuram, Prof. V. Ramakrishnan faces scrutiny for plagiarism; many academicians had objections to his appointment in the first place.

While CSIR lost enough of tax-payers money in filing non-revenue generating patents, researchers from IIT-Madras suggest possible solutions.

The market always loves and grooms the ones with exciting ideas –

  • Startup India brings free online extensive 4 weeks program for entrepreneurs to learn from the leading names in the country
  • Falling Walls lab, an initiative by German Centre for Research and Innovation, New York is looking forward to hear your research/ entrepreneurial idea to sponsor your meeting with other bright minds in Berlin, Germany
  • JoVE offers exciting prizes for filming equally exciting research work
  • And do not miss the opportunity to get connected with the pioneers in biotechnology in New York via the GRO BioPharma conference on 5th April

Illumina takes Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) techniques to fisheries; promises its help in increasing fishing yield.

Grab the openings-

With this mighty a list of openings, chances are high one of them interests you. Get started with the application then. Here are some tips on excelling your postdoc application, writing the perfect resume and cover letter. We don’t want to take chances here!

About the author:

Somdatta Karak works with Club SciWri as a project co ordinator and Corporate Liaison. She is a doctorate in neuroscience from Georg August University, Göttingen, Germany and has been a Teach for India fellow (2014-16). She loves putting her analytical skills to build newer and more sustainable solutions, enjoys traveling and communicating and takes every opportunity to expand her horizon.

You can reach her here.

 

 

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