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Cancer Researcher EACR Science Communication Prize

The Journey to Publication: WINNER of The Cancer Researcher-EACR Science Communication Prize

We invited cancer researchers at all levels to write a blog post about working in cancer research for The Cancer Researcher-EACR Science Communication Prize 2018....

Love and fear in the lab: watch the EACR25 Opening Lecture by Uri Alon

When Uri Alon got stuck during his PhD, he felt unworthy of being called a scientist because he was never taught that scientists can...

Do researchers know how to admit past mistakes? The Loss of Confidence Project aims...

The Loss of Confidence Project aims "to destigmatize declaring a loss of confidence in one’s own research". Though it is based in the field...

How to Design an Award-Winning Conference Poster

Before we get started, I want you to think about three things that you know about scientific posters. Think hard now. Done? Great! Now erase...

Feeling overwhelmed by academia? You are not alone

A study recently published in Nature Biotech reported that PhD and master’s students worldwide have rates of depression and anxiety that are six times...
Gamification

Has succeeding in a research career become like a game?

How many papers have you published? What was the impact factor of the journals? How many times were they viewed and cited on ResearchGate?...

Is there a place for ‘Kindness in Science’?

Scientists in New Zealand hope to kick-start a movement that will offer a kinder, gentler and more inclusive scientific culture. The Kindness in Science movement intends...

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The Cancer Researcher is an online magazine for the cancer research community from the European Association for Cancer Research.

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The EACR’s Top 10 Cancer Research Publications: April 2019

The EACR's Top 10 Cancer Research Publications is a regular summary of the most interesting and impactful recent papers in cancer research. It is...