Tag Archives: Early Career Researchers

A carbon code of conduct is not enough

By Hannah Pearson, Chris Baker, Natalie Briscoe, Laura Pollock and Luke Kelly. Despite our best efforts, scientists haven’t succeeded in persuading the world’s governments that reducing carbon emissions is vital for maintaining a liveable climate on earth. This might be because … Continue reading

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Whereto for early to mid-career researchers: A Qaecologist reports from Canberra

Pia Lentini, a post-doc in the QAECO lab, attended the Early-Mid Career Researchers Forum, Science pathways: getting science on the national agenda held this week in Canberra. She reports on her experience in a triology of blog posts titled Young Australian Scientist … Continue reading

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CEED visiting fellowships travel scheme

Come and visit CEED and QAECO to do collaborative research! We have another round of applications for CEED’s visiting fellowships for overseas early career researchers. The travel scheme is designed to enable PhD and postdoctoral researchers from outside Australia to spend … Continue reading

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