Location: Liggins seminar room – 505-003
Date: Monday 21st October
Time: 2:00-4:30 PM
As part of Open Access Week join STRATUS and the Libraries and Learning Services for a discussion exploring the changing landscape of measuring scientific output. Joining us will be Andrew Preston, founder of Publons (https://publons.com/) a platform where scientists can gain [...]
Are you thinking of applying for promotion?
Stratus are holding a workshop to provide advice for science and engineering applicants.
Where: OGGB Case Room 2 Rm 260-057
When: Tuesday 2nd July, 13:30-15:00
Here you can find more information on the major research funding opportunities in New Zealand.Continue Reading →
Is it really April already? Time flies, what with research grant deadlines, conferences and teaching. All the latest from us below, starting with…
Our first event of 2013 was Stand-up Science on the 20th March. The event followed the successful speed-dating format which was utilized to [...]Continue Reading →
STRATUS presents our annual networking event STAND-UP SCIENCE. This an opportunity to present your research in one minute and network with scientists and engineers. The event takes place on Wednesday 20th March, 2013, 5-7 pm in Old Government House. For more information please read the following link:Continue Reading →
The Science Media Centre is seeking applicants for an upcoming media skills workshop for scientists to be held in Auckland, 14-15 March.
These workshops are unique in that they are designed specifically for scientists, and we not only take participants through a series of practical exercises and full-on practice interviews, but also spend time visiting [...]Continue Reading →
Streaming video is now available for the 2012 Panel Discussion – Sharing Science with Society.
Speakers included (with the starting time of each speaker in the video): Jacquie Bay: 4:20; Mark Quigley 14:30; Peter Griffin 33:00; Richard Meylan 50:30; Siouxsie Wiles 65:50; Tom Trnski 72:00; Question time 78:00.Continue Reading →
Happy New Year one and all…we hope that you are refreshed and ready for the year ahead. STRATUS has been busier than ever in recent months and with six events planned for 2013 we’re hitting the ground running. This is the first of our quarterly bulletins where we aim to update you on STRATUS activities [...]Continue Reading →
At the 2012 New Zealand Association of Scientists conference, “Do Emerging Scientists Have a Future in New Zealand?”, Associate Professor Deborah Hay was given the opportunity to introduce the Stratus network and describe the way in which it is contributing to supporting New Zealand science. From this stemmed an article on Stratus, which was published in [...]Continue Reading →
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