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Euraxess Februrary general newsletter

British Council
Welcome to our February newsletter

This month's newsletter features news from the Royal Society, an exciting new call and all the latest opportunities from across the network. 



This International Researcher Links workshop has an upcoming deadline:

Statement from the Royal Society on international collaboration

Following the outcome of the UK referendum on EU membership, the wider impact that this will have on the science community and international collaboration remains to be determined. However, the importance of scientific cooperation between the UK and other European countries is widely acknowledged and in support of this the Royal Society, together with the Académie des Sciences and the Leopoldina, have published a joint statement which confirms their recognition of the importance of continuing to work together.

The Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society, Professor Richard Catlow stated:

'Science is a global endeavour and is built on collaboration, mobility and the exchange of ideas. At a time when the UK’s future relationship with the European Union is uncertain, the  Royal Society, Leopoldina and Académie des Sciences have come together to reaffirm the importance of the unity of scientific research in Europe, and the willingness for scientists in the UK, France and Germany and across Europe to continue to collaborate in future.' 

Call: make the case for nature

National Geographic are looking for proposals on how to communicate visually about animals and the natural world, in a way that gets people to take action. They are particularly interested in collaborations between scientists/social scientists and photographers or other visual artists.

Deadline: April 4 2018

#Vitaehangout: Making the most of PhD placements

Join Vitae on 20 March 2018 for their latest online hangout. This session provide advice on how to make the most of  PhD placements.

Introduction to the News Media event

Science Media Centre are hosting a range of sessions which will see media-experienced scientists, news journalists, science correspondents and press officers give presentations about the realities of the news media, all with an eye to science in the headlines.

The first event takes place on Wednesday 7 March 2018 at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London from 1pm to 5pm. This particular session will be aimed at active scientists and clinicians in the field of fertility and reproductive health.

Do you have an impact story to tell?

If you have a short impact story that we can share, then get in touch! We'd also like to hear from you if you've had experience with researcher mobility.

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