How to Keep Your Children Safe From Harmful Chemicals in the Home

Your home is your refuge, and you may feel your family is safe and secure within its walls. Unfortunately, there are many hidden dangers living right under you nose which may put the occupants at risk. To keep your household safe, follow these important, lifesaving tips and suggestions on keeping your little ones safe from […]

Research suggests that smartphones even when switched off cause sleep disruption in children

It is widely acknowledged that the use of screen-based devices before going to bed can interfere with melatonin production, delaying and interrupting sleep through brain stimulation. But research, carried out by King’s College London and Cardiff University, suggests that just having a device even when switched off in a child’s bedroom can cause sleep disruption. […]

5 Tips to Help Your Teen Feel Comfortable Telling You What’s Going On

Raising a family in today’s world can be challenging. Times have changed, and parents today can’t fall back on the same parenting skills their owns parents used. Communication has become a major goal for most parents, especially those with teenage children. Your child needs to feel safe coming to you with whatever issue they are […]

Six Organizations Dedicated to Inspiring Generation Z

The children of Generation Z have grown up in a world of rapid change, but their basic needs are the same as the young people of any era. In an increasingly technological world, having mentors and resources that understand their needs is important for any young person. These six organizations provide opportunities for today’s children […]

Postdoctoral Fellow

The Post-doctoral fellow will be a graduate in microbiology or immunology and have experience in performing experiments with Mycobacterium tuberculosis or another intracellular pathogen The fellow will be responsible for performing experiments in the level 2 and level 3 laboratories. The employee will be trained in Biosafety protocols by the Principal Investigator as well as […]

SHARP Professor in Nano-Scale Quantum Optics

UNSW Sydney is Australia’s ‘Global University’, home to more than 55,000 students from over 120 countries. UNSW Sydney is a research-intensive university ranked amongst the world’s top 50 universities (QS rankings 2017), and is committed to improving and transforming lives through excellence in research, outstanding education and advancing a just society. The School of Physics […]

Director of Business Operations

Director of Business OperationsresTORbio, Inc.About resTORbio resTORbio, Inc. (“resTORbio”) is a clinical stage company, developing medicines to treat aging-related diseases and conditions. resTORbio’s lead program is targeting the mechanistic target of rapamycin complex 1 (mTORC1) pathway to treat aging-related diseases and conditions with an initial focus on conditions caused by immunosenescence, the decline in immune […]

Director, Translational Research Institute

The Translational Research Institute (TRI) is a new NASA-funded virtual institute charged with leading a national effort in translating cutting-edge emerging terrestrial research into applied space flight human risk mitigation strategies for exploration missions. TRI is led by Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) in partnership with California Institute of Technology and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. […]

We are seeking a Chief Executive Officer for The Women’s Engineering Society (WES)

We are seeking a Chief Executive Officer for The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) a small charity with an important role. WES has been working to support women in engineering for nearly a century and its agenda of diversity and inclusion is still relevant today as women remain underrepresented in STEM based professions. WES is currently […]

Research reveals students in more religious countries perform worse in science and mathematics

Research, published this week in the academic journal Intelligence, suggests that more religious countries have a lower educational performance in science and mathematics.  Furthermore, levels of national development and time spent on religious education played a role in students’ attainment. The research was led by Gijsbert Stoet, Professor of Psychology at Leeds Beckett, alongside David Geary, Curators’ […]

Women are weaker, smaller and less intelligent”?!?

A member of the EU Parliament just said that women are “weaker, smaller and less intelligent” after comparing migrants to “excrements” and making a Nazi salute in the chamber. *Enough is enough, sign the petition with one click to suspend him from Parliament:* *sign now <>* A member of the European Parliament just said that […]

Part time analytical chemist – Glasgow – Permanent – Salary dependent upon experience

I am recruiting for a part time analytical chemist to join a biotechnology company based in Glasgow that is very highly regarded in the industry and has an excellent family friendly policy.  The role will involve performing HPLC and LCMS assays in order to guarantee the quality of a product prior to release to the […]

A message from an all-girl Year 9 robotics team – Please help if you can

We are two all-girl Year 9 robotics teams from The Henrietta Barnett School in North London, looking for sponsorship We, along with another 5 teams, are member of our school robotics club and every year our school takes part in the VEX IQ robotics competitions.  This teaches us team working skills, engineering, programming and design […]

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer – Australia

  One of Australia’s leading research & teaching universities Vibrant campus life with a strong sense of community & inclusion Enjoy a career that makes a difference by collaborating & learning from the best At UNSW, we pride ourselves on being a workplace where the best people come to do their best work. The School […]

Alarming gender gap in school science sets women up to fail

Only 14% of young women who enter university chose science-related fields.  This is one of the headline findings of a new report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.  This report examined gender equality in education across 64 countries and jurisdictions. In comparison, 39% of young men who entered university chose to pursue one […]