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Science Communication Career Perks – How to Thrive as a Publishing Professional

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Science communication and publishing can be attractive career options for those with training and skills in STEM . Publishing has diversified to cover a broad range of activities, from editorial, production or technology to community engagement.

It offers diverse career options for those looking to take the jump from the bench into publishing, and those already in publishing. In this interactive online event, a group of panelists with expertise in different areas of scholarly publishing will share their experience and their tips to successfully navigate a career in science communication.

Panel
  • Jane Alfred, Director & Cofounder, Catalyst Editorial
  • Nathaniel Gore, Director of Communities, PeerJ
  • Joseph Donlan, Associate Editor, Physical sciences and engineering team, “PLOS ONE ”: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/
  • Melissa Harrison, Head of production operations, eLife
  • Chaired by Iratxe Puebla, Associate Director, ASAPbio

CamAWISE will subsidise a group of 5 attendees among the early registrants for this event, so hurry and book for your chance of a free place.

ALL WELCOME (all genders and non-STEMM).

Booking is required – please click here at Science Communication Career Perks – How to Thrive as a Publishing Professional

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