Introducing the School Gate SET

August 16, 2016

For parents with a background in Science & Technology, talking to our children about how the world works; taking them to science museums; even doing a few backyard & kitchen experiments, all comes very naturally. Many primary school children, though, don’t get these experiences. Primary school teachers need to have a broad knowledge base, but […]


Post Career Break Fellowship

August 11, 2016

  CERN has launched a programme to offer full-time or part-time Fellowships to science and engineering graduates wishing to re-start their careers. This is an outstanding chance for you to update your knowledge and skills working for up to three years in an international environment at the forefront of research. CERN is proud to be […]


Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization (FISH) diagnostic tests for infectious diseases

August 8, 2016
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ID-FISH Technology Inc. (www.idfishtechnology.com), based in Palo Alto, CA, USA is a pioneer in the Biotechnology Industry dedicated to the development of high quality, simple, rapid, and inexpensive diagnostic test kits for the detection of infectious diseases worldwide (e.g. malaria and tuberculosis) using Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization (FISH) technology. ID-FISH have developed tests that utilise […]


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Lecturer in Geosciences, University of Otago, New Zealand

June 3, 2016

The Physics Department at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand is looking for a lecturer or senior lecturer in Geosciences. Research in geophysics within the department includes atmospheric electricity, space physics and Antarctica. Collaboration with other departments,e.g. the Departments of Geology, Marine Sciences and Surveying would be encouraged. Dunedin is a great place […]


Sadleirian Professorship of Pure Mathematics

May 24, 2016

The Board of Electors to the Sadleirian Professorship of Pure Mathematics invite applications for this Professorship from persons whose work falls within the general field of Pure Mathematics to take up appointment as soon as possible. Candidates will have an outstanding research record of international stature in mathematics and the vision, leadership, experience and enthusiasm […]


New Daphne Jackson Sponsored Fellowship Opportunity at the University of Huddersfield

May 23, 2016

Applications are invited for a Daphne Jackson Fellowship that will be hosted by the University of Huddersfield. The fellowship is intended for individuals returning to research in the School of Applied Sciences within the departments of Pharmacy/Chemical Sciences in the area of pre-clinical drug discovery. The position will involve research at the medicinal chemistry/pharmacology interface, […]


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Daphne Jackson Trust Fellowship Opportunities at University of Leicester

April 29, 2016

UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER, DEADLINE 29TH APRIL, FOR DAPHNE JACKSON TRUST FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITIES The Daphne Jackson Trust is dedicated to returning scientists, engineers, technologists and mathematicians to their careers following a break taken for family, caring or health reasons. Applications are invited for Daphne Jackson Fellowships that will be hosted by the University of Leicester. The […]


Addressing inequalities in Wales – realities, options and challenges for delivery – 7th July, Cardiff

April 8, 2016

Addressing inequalities in Wales – realities, options and challenges for delivery THURSDAY, 7th JULY 2016 CENTRAL CARDIFF THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED Guest of Honour: Kate Bennett, National Director for Wales, Equality and Human Rights Commission This seminar will discuss the way forward for policy and practice to tackle inequalities in Wales. It will bring out […]


Should Children Sip From Mum’s Wine? by Gemma Dobson

March 3, 2016

Ok, we all know that alcohol is a poison. We all know that children’s livers are vulnerable. And, if we have even a tangential connection with medical science, we know that too much alcohol can have a pretty devastating effect on the human body (and mind). It’s perfectly natural that we should want to protect our children […]


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All About Baby Highchairs

February 8, 2016
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Baby highchairs are not necessary for your child if s/he is under six months of age. Although some companies make them so they recline for infants, they are not necessary until your child is able to sit up. The choice is yours Highchairs currently come with all kinds of features that are really more for […]


New Class of Drugs May Prevent Temporal Lobe Epilepsy by Gemma Dobson

January 14, 2016

New Class of Drugs May Prevent Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Epilepsy, a set of neurological disorders characterized by attacks involving motor or sensory malfunction with or without unconsciousness or involuntary muscle contraction, is the fourth most common neurological condition. One of the most common and challenging forms of epilepsy is temporal lobe epilepsy, which affects the parts of the brain […]


3 ways how technologies can help you save money during shopping

December 31, 2015

In these days, then you are not leaving your home without your smartphone, and technologies rule the globe market, you need to act smart and use all the benefits presented to you. Various technological gadgets can help you out a lot then you shop and even save you a pretty significant amount of money too! If […]


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Applications are invited for University of Oxford Sponsored Daphne Jackson Fellowships

November 16, 2015

Applications are now invited for three  DAPHNE JACKSON FELLOWSHIPS that will be hosted and half sponsored by the UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD in departments within the Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division (MPLS) or the Medical Sciences Division (MSD). The fellowships are intended for individuals returning to research after a career break of two or more […]


3-year full-time PhD project – Medway School of Pharmacy Viral Pseudotype Unit (VPU), University of Kent

November 10, 2015
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Medway School of Pharmacy, University of Kent 3 year full time  PhD project  Chatham Maritime, Kent, UK  Self-funded Students  £15,380 + bench fees  Full Time Closing date: 31st March 2016 PhD Start Date: October 2016. Supervisor: Dr Nigel Temperton, n.temperton@kent.ac.uk (http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7978-3815) The Project: A 3-year full-time PhD project is offered in the laboratory of Dr […]


Research Associate in Mathematical Statistics (Two posts) – University of Cambridge

October 12, 2015

Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics Salary: £28,694 p.a.-£37,394 p.a. Up to two positions exist for a postdoctoral research associate in mathematical/theoretical statistics to work on Dr Richard Nickl’s ERC grant entitled Uncertainty Quantification and Modern Statistical Inference. The successful role holder(s) will be expected to start on 1 October 2016 or earlier by […]


9 Hot Topics in Child Health for GPs and trainees

October 7, 2015
9 hot topics for GPs and trainees in child health

Following the successful Rheumatology and Neurology courses that we have been organising since 2013 and particularly the very successful Child Health course in November 2014, we are delighted to offer our fifth unique one-day educational course for busy GPs and trainees looking for a CPD opportunity to further their knowledge in Child Health. This Child […]


Ada Lovelace Symposium University of Oxford

September 22, 2015

Ada Lovelace Symposium University of Oxford 9th and 10th December 2015 https://blogs.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/adalovelace/ An interdisciplinary Symposium celebrating the life and legacy of Ada Lovelace, 1815-1852, will take place at the Mathematical Institute,University of Oxford on 9th and 10th December 2015. Ada Lovelace is best known for a remarkable article about Charles Babbage’s unbuilt computer,the Analytical Engine, […]


Part Time Analytical Chemist in Manchester

August 28, 2015
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Part Time Analytical Chemist in Manchester Industry Sector Pharmaceutical, Other Profession Laboratory Operations & Research Location UK, North West Salary c17,000 (pro-rata) Description We are hiring for a part-time HPLC analyst to work in Manchester. This job will involve using HPLC in support of drug research. What you’ll do Working up to 30 hours hours […]


MEDICAL RESEARCH SCOTLAND SPONSORED DAPHNE JACKSON FELLOWSHIPS

August 17, 2015

MEDICAL RESEARCH SCOTLAND SPONSORED DAPHNE JACKSON FELLOWSHIPS in subjects related to medical research, and to be held at any Scottish University Medical Research Scotland sponsored Daphne Jackson Fellowships are intended for those wishing to return to an area of medical research after a career break of two years or more. The Fellowships are not restricted […]


NRN-LCEE Returning Fellowships

August 6, 2015
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NRN-LCEE Returning Fellowships The NRN-LCEE wishes to fund individual Returning Fellowships of £20,000 each for researchers in Wales, returning after a minimum of 6 months away from their work for reasons of maternity/ paternity/ adoption/ health/ caring. These Fellowships can be requested by individuals employed by a Welsh HEI, the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology […]


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