Tag: science communication

Caitrin Crudden

Show her where she’s needed

by Caitrín Crudden Remember those childhood summers that seemed to go on for eternity? The memories of which are tinged in yellow, blurry and warm? The...
Amila Suraweera

Overcoming Adversity

by Amila Suraweera The saying “publish or perish” resonates with every scientist. Publishing is our bread and butter and without it, our research careers cannot...
Cemre Ucaryilmaz

Transition of a Cancer Patient into a Cancer Survivor and Researcher!

by Cemre Ucaryilmaz “When you have cancer and are treated with chemotherapy, it basically kills your body. But if you succeed at waking up the next morning...
Camille Hurley

“From Breakdown to Breakthrough: My Success Story”: WINNER of the 2nd...

This summer, we invited cancer researchers at all levels to write a blog post for the second EACR Science Communication Prize around the theme...

‘My Science Success Story’: EACR Science Communication Prize 2021

Have you ever wanted to write a blog? Have you already written a blog but want to write more? Now is your chance! Enter...
EDIS

Diversity and inclusion in research: beyond the researcher

This article originally appeared on the British Pharmacological Society website, and has been reproduced here with kind permission from the BPS and the author,...
Joan Seoane

Virtual Defence is the Best Attack: Clarivate Report

Joan Tur, of Clarivate Analytics, attended February's EACR Virtual Conference, Defence is the Best Attack: Immuno-Oncology Breakthroughs. Below you can read his report about...

How to ‘Sell’ Your Research to Your Peers

If you think that speaking to peers about your research is much easier than talking to people on the street, you may be surprised....

Advice on Standing Out as a Speaker

Many people find it difficult to speak in front of groups, whether that be their peers or a group of strangers. But every fantastic...

‘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...

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