The Centre for Health Sciences and Services is pleased to be hosting a seminar by Dr Ann Lykkegaard Sørensen from University College Northern Denmark, on medication safety in psychiatry. This seminar will take place on 14th November at 12 noon. For more details and to book a place, please see the flyer
For those who will be attending from outside of the University, please contact email@example.com if you would like to book a parking space. Please note that all visitors must be signed in and have a pass to access the seminar room. Please can all visitors meet at Senate reception no later than 11.45am. Alison will meet you there and take you to the seminar. Please can you pass this on to colleagues who you think may be interested in attending.
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Biomolecular Skills School
The Nottingham-Rothamsted BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership and the Research Complex at Harwell are pleased to announce the first fully funded Biomolecular Analysis and Manipulation Study School, taking place over six days in January 2019. Open to Early Career Researchers and PhD students from all institutions, this is an opportunity to access high quality training in experimental design and bioinformatics analysis, imaging, synthetic biology, biomolecular analysis and industrial biotechnology.
Postgraduate research students and ECRs are invited to apply online at https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/bbdtp/skills-school/index.aspx by 2 November 2018. Successful applicants will be notified by 4 December 2018. Read the rest of this entry
The Faculty of Business and Law invites you to check its 2018-19 Seminar Series Programme. This aims at sharing and discussing ideas in a friendly environment. The programme includes a variety of topics, if you are interested, please book your place through the links provided. All Welcome
To see details about a part-time research assistant opportunity (24 hours a week for 9 months), please see the link
The University is looking to expand the UNI Club, a project working with local schools, and need more PGR students! Recruitment has started for the third year of the UNI Club, so if you want to get more work experience with young people, whilst studying, please check The UNI Club – information 2018-2019. The post asks around 45 hours commitment, spread over the Spring and Summer term. The deadline for applications is 31st October 2018.
If you have any questions, please contact Natasha.Mycawka@northampton.ac.uk
To apply for this post, visit the link.
The Research & Innovation Funding Support Office are hosting their first Drop-in Session (formerly known as Coffee Mornings) on Wednesday, 31st October. Join us on the comfy sofas outside the Research and Enterprise office on the Ground Floor of the Senate Building on Waterside between 8am-10am. You’ll have a chance to meet with the team and find out more about the funding opportunities and support we can provide. No need to book, just turn up. Warm refreshments are available from the Café on the same floor.
Don’t worry if you are unable to make this one, these sessions will be run on a monthly basis at various locations on Waterside Campus.
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I’ll be leaving UoN tomorrow. I’d like to send my best wishes to all of you – supervisors, postgraduate researchers and everyone I’ve worked with during my time here. It’s been lovely working with you all and thank you for accepting me into the fold six year’s ago. What a super team of people I have had the pleasure of working with! I will miss you.
Best of luck with your research whatever the topic, wherever you go and hope to see you when I visit. If you find yourself at Nottingham Trent University do hunt me down! Goodbye and good luck with Waterside, All the best, Simone.
Tracey Latham-Green, Postgraduate Researcher from Marketing and Entrepreneurship. will be presenting her Transfer Seminar on Monday 29th October from 12-1 at Senate Boardroom 405. Please book your place here.
Tracey will be presenting on the social impact of driven game shooting.
Abstract: Driven game shooting (DGS) is a controversial topic area, with those fundamentally for and against shooting sports of any kind. There has been considerable research into the environmental and some into the economic impacts of DGS but very little into the social impacts. Read the rest of this entry