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FREE WEBINARS TO ADVANCE YOUR RESEARCH CAREER

From July 11 to 15, Europe’s largest general science meeting, the Euroscience Open Forum 2012 takes place in Dublin, Ireland. To mark this event, Elsevier Biggerbrains is organizing two exclusive workshops for young researchers at two different locations in Dublin. The workshops taking place on July 11th will be video cast in high definition. We would like to invite you to attend these webcasts.

The two workshops are:

Topics
1. Charting a Course for a Successful Research Career Prof. Alan Johnson
Date: 11th July
Time: 11:30 – 1pm (UK Time)

2. Ethics in scientific article submission & publishing Mr. Ole G. Evensen
Date: 11th July
Time: 1.20pm – 2.30pm (UK Time)

Register here to attend the webcast

Webcasts general information
All attendees at these online workshops will receive a special certificate from Elsevier to commemorate their participation.
You will receive an email confirmation after registration.
These webcast sessions are free to attend.
Each webcast has limited ‘seats’, it will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.

About the Presenters
Prof. Alan Johnson, the author of Charting a Course for a Successful Research Career, the guide book has been widely distributed all over the world. He is a former university research executive, and international journal editor.
Mr. Ole G. Evensen is an Assisting Library Director at University of Bergen, Norway. Ole is a specialist in creating educational content to address publishing ethics.

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