April 25, 2016 | Elaine Devine, Senior Communications Manager

Spread the (peer review) word

Apply now for a free Sense about Science early career researcher workshop

Simple advice and guidance on peer review is essential for every researcher, and that’s why we’re continuing to support Sense about Science’s free peer review workshops, the first of which (for 2016) is rapidly approaching.

Held in London on Friday 13 May, this free half day workshop focuses on the ‘nuts and bolts’ of peer review, offering researchers the opportunity to get tips and advice on how to get involved, better understand the value that peer review adds, and question challenges to the system. These informal workshops give early career researchers the opportunity to hear different perspectives on peer review, better understand the process, and ask questions on any area they’re unsure of.

So, if you have a friend or colleague who you think would benefit from the workshop, tell them about it and encourage them to come along. Applications for attendance are open until 4 May, so forward this link on to friends or colleagues, and we’ll look forward to seeing them there.

What:  Peer Review: the Nuts & Bolts (a free Sense About Science workshop)
When: Friday 13 May, 2pm – 5pm, followed by a drinks reception
Where: Central London
Deadline for applications: Wednesday 4 May

Published: April 25, 2016 | Author: Elaine Devine, Senior Communications Manager | Category: Front page, News and ideas, Peer review |