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Sarah Agnew

Gerry Czerniawski from the University of East London has written an excellent blog giving his top tips for career development for ECRs.  Whist it is aimed at researchers in Education (it is written for the British Education Research Association, or BERA for short) many of the tips can be applied to other disciplines.

You can read Gerry’s blog here.


David Young

In Verba, the Royal Society’s Science and Policy blog has been active now since 2010 and features posts on a range of topics at the intersection between science and policy and aims to give an insight into the Society’s policy work. Recent posts have covered geoengineering, food security and health policy. It’s mainly written by science policy staff at the Royal Society but also features some guest posts from Fellows.


David Young

The Business and Engagement team in RBS have recently launched a new blog to share the latest news, events and best practice in business and public engagement. Check it out here and also have a follow on Twitter.


Off to ARMA… Back Soon!

It’s that time of year again – most of us are off to the ARMA (Association of Research Managers and Administrators) conference next week in Nottingham, so the blog will be a bit quiet for a week or so. This year’s highlights include a session on public engagement and impact by our very own Alexandra…

Preparing for ARMA 2012

A few of us from RBS are heading down to Southampton tonight for this year’s Association of Research Managers and Administrators conference, subtitled “Making a Difference!”. Taking place over 12th-13th June, the conference provides an opportunity to hear from our peers on a range of topics related to research management, from ways to improve pre-award…

Blog reaches 100 post milestone!

Last week the Northumbria Research Support Blog hit a milestone of 100 posts! Now that we’ve been running for 6 months, it’s a good time to take stock of where we are and look ahead to some new things that you’ll see over the next few months on the blog. Where we are now: Looking…