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Posted by admin on November 22, 2017

Tenth Edition of the BioBusiness Summer School

Date: 25 – 29 June 2018 Location: Amsterdam, Leiden and Utrecht Registration: via www.biobusinesssummerschool. nl/apply Deadline: early-bird fee until 1st of March. Registration open until 1st of June 2018.   Are you a PhD student, a postdoc or a Master student and are you interested to pursue your career in one of the many Life … read more >

Posted by admin on August 17, 2017

Campaign Opening Academic Year!

The workload in the academic world is toweringly high. Subsidy applications, administration, education responsibilities, publication pressure, insufficient manpower, it continues to accumulate. Many people work in the evenings, weekends, holidays and sometimes even during illness. Research shows that 20% extra work is done in personal time. For a full-time position, this is more than nine … read more >

Posted by admin on June 5, 2017

Career guidance for postdocs is essential (PostdocNL in VAWO VISIE)

Of all postdocs in the Netherlands, only a mere five percent can stay in science, ‘says Jozien Helleman of PostdocNL. “That means that the remaining 95 percent have to look for other jobs, but that’s not that easy.”   SoFoKleS, the social fund for the knowledge sector, has committed to an incentive scheme for postdocs … read more >

Posted by admin on May 31, 2017

Away with the disposable scientist

How harmful are temporary contracts in science? Delta explores with postdocs and VAWO, read the article here: delta.tudelft.nl (in Dutch)       Join the LinkedIn groupSign up to Mailinglist  

Posted by admin on May 1, 2017

Open Science: the National Plan and you

You are kindly invited to join the first national meeting for researchers on Open Science. The meeting will take place on the 29th of May 2017 and will be hosted at the Aula of TU Delft.   Who should attend? The day will be a great opportunity for all researchers working in the Netherlands to … read more >