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Upcoming event: Melbourne Scholarly Summit

Join us for a day of discussion at the Melbourne Scholarly Summit, on 19th February 2020. We’ll be exploring the theme ‘Fit for the future: Building an open and ethical research environment‘ with speakers from leading organizations across the industry.

Spaces are limited at this exclusive event, so sign up now to secure your place.

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Learning programs to supercharge your research career

Looking to enhance your research profile, raise the impact of your research by driving discoverability, or make connections with journalists and policymakers? 

Our 12-week learning program, created with the How Researchers Changed the World team, is specifically designed to support mid-career researchers like you. It fits in with your workload, with one chapter a week sent by email, and builds into an indispensable resource. Interested?

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Advice for researchers experiencing harassment

As an editor, you may need to give advice and support for authors who have found themselves targeted with online harassment.

Explore the updated guide from the Science Media Centre for tips on how to deal with online harassment.

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