focuses on the scientific community, specifically the life sciences, the physical sciences and medicine. It’s aimed at early career stage researchers, PhD students and post-docs.
Key features include the conference, exhibitors from global scientific organisations of research, practical workshops, and career development opportunities.
4 October 2017
Business Design Centre, London
Kick-start your career with an IAESTE paid traineeship with an employer in one of 80+ countries. Traineeships are open to students in their second year or above of a science, engineering, technology or applied-arts degree.
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The Royal Society’s ‘Science Matters’ series will give the public access to scientists who are experts on the science and technology issues with the greatest global impact. You’ll be able to pitch the question that matters to you the most, to help direct the experts’ discussion.
10 January 2017
Hosted by Brian Cox
Take a look at www.stemgraduates.co.uk if you’re looking for a science, engineering, IT or maths permanent graduate job – whether you’ve studied for an undergraduate, postgraduate or research degree. You can also test which is your strongest IT language.
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TED is a platform for ideas worth spreading. Started in 1984 as a conference where technology, entertainment and design converged, TED today shares ideas from a broad spectrum — from science to business to global issues including career topics.
Undergraduate student, but interested in pursuing a PhD? Investigate the Amgen Scholars Program which will allow you to engage in hands-on research experience during a summer research programme in science and biotechnology. Participants will be able to:
- Take part in university research projects, gain hands-on lab experience and contribute to the advancement of science
- Interact with and receive guidance from faculty mentors, and
- Participate in scientific seminars, workshops, and networking events
Closing date for applications: Early February in each year
Find out what you need to do to pursue a career in science in a Guardian live chat that took place in December 2014.