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Upcoming Standing up for Science media workshops

Every year we hold four Standing up for Science media workshops for early career researchers: in London, Manchester, Scotland and - for the first time in 2015 - Warwick.

Workshops are aimed at PhD students, postdocs or equivalent in a first job. There are 40 places available, with priority places offered for those who are members of or funded by the workshop's partner organisations. If you have any questions about the workshops, email Victoria.

University of Manchester, Friday 27th March 2015: This workshop is open to early career researchers in all sciences, engineering and medicine.

University of Warwick, 19th June 2015: This workshop is open to early career researchers in all sciences, engineering and medicine.

MRC National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR), London, 25th September 2015: This workshop is open to early career researchers in all sciences, engineering and medicine.

Scotland, November 2015 (details tbc)

We start taking applications about 2 months before a workshop. 

For further information, please get in touch with Victoria.

 

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VoYS workshop Glasgow

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  • Top tip 1: Ask for Evidence. If you’re being sold a product or asked to believe a claim then you deserve to know whether it’s based on evidence – or imagination.

  • Top tip 2: Detox. It’s a marketing myth – our body does it without pricey potions and detox diets.

  • Top tip 3: Superfood. There is no such thing, just foods that are high in some nutrients.

  • Top tip 4: Cleansing. You shouldn’t be trying to cleanse anything other than your skin or hair.

  • Top tip 5: If it sounds too good to be true… it probably is.

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