Time for RECESS!
‘Aha’! moments (also called ‘insight’) happen when your brain isn’t focusing on the problem you’re trying to solve. Scientific ‘aha’ moments lead to scientific breakthroughs. So for the sake of scientific advancement, take your lunch break!
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Coding as part of your career
Coding is increasingly becoming a skill needed for modern scientists to maximise their ability to analyse data. You’ve got to start somewhere, and this Nature Careers webinar is a good place to have a first look (nb: you will need to register for the webinar to be able to access the recording) Click here
The Cartoon Laws of Physics
Gummy Bear pedigree
18–24 October 2021
Taking part in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count is easy! Just spend 20 minutes in your favourite outdoor space and tell us about the birds you see during that period. You can submit your results using the app or the web form. Every count helps. Click Here
FREE monthly Webinar
Background work before writing a grant
Wednesday October 20 @ 12:00 PM (AEDT)
There is actually a lot of work required before you start putting pen to paper when preparing an application for research funds. This webinar will take you through the realities of applying for funding, how to better understand the priorities of those providing the investment and the importance of being able to clearly articulate your project outcome. Bringing together these elements into your applications will improve your chances of receiving funding.
If you’re a woman in STEM, come join our short networking sessions! We’re constantly tweaking the format as we get to know each other and build confidence, but it’s always a lot of fun and a really great positive boost.
Sativus Pty Ltd will be holding another #WinS session on Thursday 30th September at 2.30am (AEST). It’s only a half hour, and you’ll get to practice networking while building confidence in a safe, informal, space.
Email Kylie to get the Zoom link. email@example.com
We’d love to have you there!
Essential Skills for Scientists online program
Essential Skills for Scientists is a series of online courses designed to help improve the skillset and capability of scientists, researchers and their managers who work, or plan to work, within the research, development, extension and adoption (RDE&A) sectors. The aim is to help scientists improve their science communication and project management skills, and understanding of key concepts like networking, dealing with rejection and career planning. Click here