Tag: EACR Members

‘Hot Stuff’: public engagement and radioactive bananas

by Peter Gawne It’s Monday morning, 8:30am, 2nd July. I’m at the Royal Society in London, surrounded by books – some over 100 years old...
Mechanisms to Therapies 2018

Conference Review: Mechanisms to Therapies 2018

October 2018 saw the EACR host a Conference Series meeting in the beautiful Spanish city of Bilbao for the very first time. The Euskalduna...

“This stay has given me the opportunity to learn cutting-edge techniques...

EACR Travel Fellowships are co-sponsored by Worldwide Cancer Research and provide funds up to €3,000 to early-career cancer researchers. For more information on how...

A Participant’s View: Goodbye Flat Biology 2018

Christopher Hanley, Postdoctoral Researcher Home institution and country: University of Southampton, UK My research seeks to understand how interactions between different cells impact their function and...

From rock bottom to peak performance: the PhD journey

By Bethan Rogoyski First year You’ve made it. You can finally tell people with pride that you’re a student, a PhD student no less. The impressed reaction...
Cancer Researcher EACR Science Communication Prize

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

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....

Learn more about Esther Martinez’s Travel Fellowship experience in Rome

EACR Travel Fellowships are co-sponsored by Worldwide Cancer Research and provide funds up to €3,000 to early-career cancer researchers. For more information on how...

“One of the career steps for a predoctoral student should be...

EACR Travel Fellowships are co-sponsored by Worldwide Cancer Research and provide funds up to €3,000 to early-career cancer researchers. For more information on how...

News Summary: Elephant zombie gene, Thalidomide mechanism revealed

'Zombie gene' protects elephants from cancer A newly described gene that was resurrected in elephants 59 million years ago, LIF6, may take part in protecting...

“The joy of doing science”, by EACR Travel Fellow Sandhya Chipurupalli

EACR Travel Fellowships are co-sponsored by Worldwide Cancer Research and provide funds up to €3,000 to early-career cancer researchers. For more information on how...

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