Valentine’s day is fast approaching and individual researchers may be seeking out new researcher collaborations, or romancing their ideas, or even getting themselves ready for a night in with those grant applications! Okay, so perhaps not the typical Valentine’s day. As you are already aware, from my fellow correspondent’s blog post last week, … [Read more...] about How to ‘Love Your Research’? A #piirusvoices event.
We are already in full swing into the New Year and so some of you may already be doing your upmost to keep up those New Year’s resolutions for this year, whether that be dieting or developing a new research collaboration for this year! Resolutions are a great way to think about what you want to achieve. Setting them is a great way of channelling … [Read more...] about Piirus Voices: Research Resolutions!
Earlier in 2015, my Piirus colleague Jenny Delasalle wrote an introductory piece about some great collaborative software called Slack. Slack, as you may be aware, is a great answer to facilitating communication and working in teams. (Meanwhile, “slacking” is the opposite of working!) In her earlier post, Jenny touched upon some of her favourite features, … [Read more...] about We’re not slacking: just ‘Slack’-ing!
Recently, I launched #Piirusvoices on Twitter, researchers from across the globe interacted and shared their best and worse research moments in their career, along with some great hints and tips to research success. It was a great discussion and collation of ideas from a range of individuals involved in different forms of research. Among our chat, … [Read more...] about Top 5 tweets from #Piirusvoices
Hello fellow Piirus members! I’m one of the recently appointed Piirus Correspondents working with the Piirus team. As part of my role, I’ll be running an exciting new blog series called “Piirus Voices”, and the series will be all about you, our special Piirus members! Your voices are important to Piirus in directing its offer, and we want to foster … [Read more...] about Arun Verma introduces “Piirus Voices”. Share your research moments with #Piirusvoices