FEBS Network Corner - July

Thursday, 12 July 2018 11:26
What's new at FEBS? The following article recommendations have been compiled especially for ÖGMBT members: FEBS Letters celebrated its 50th anniversary this year, and highlights from this celebration and a virtual issue of this journal can be seen at https://network.febs.org/channels/1687-spotlight/posts/36060-50-years-of-molecular-life-sciences-with-febs-letters Please note, that some contributions are labeled „community exclusive“. To get access to these you have to register with the FEBS network, which is for free with no strings attached. Brooke Morriswood contributed once again a delightful and witty article https://network.febs.org/channels/723-early-career-scientist/posts/35947-the-patron-saint-of-science-writing Short list of educational resources can be viewed at https://network.febs.org/channels/724-educator/posts/35998-free-and-fun-online-educational-resources-for-students-and-educators   The FEBS Network is a new initiative from FEBS to support molecular and cellular life scientists, drawing on recent developments in digital technologies for online communities. The project is at an early stage of development and we encourage you to enjoy exploring its potential and contributing to our long-term aims of creating a valuable resource in the biosciences…
Transparency in Animal Experimentation by Lluis Momtoliu Publish or Perish by Maya Schuldiner Apprentice yourself (a short guide to choosing a PhD in academia) by Brooke Morriswood Videos demonstrating various techniques were posted recently, e.g. on RNA-RNA in situ hybridization
  Online since September 2017 The FEBS Network is an initiative from FEBS representing a forum for the molecular life science community for learning, inspiration, support and connections. The Network currently presents content from its appointed experts and writers in four themed channels: Early-Career Scientist, Educator, Viewpoints and Research. These themes reflect long-standing activities of FEBS in supporting young scientists, promoting molecular life sciences education and research, and following ‘science and society’ concerns. Other scientists join the community as 'Users' to engage with contributions and others in the Network community and to create a profile page where they can present their interests and post content. Such content will also be featured on the homepage in 'Latest from all the community'. With these facilities the Network shall become a supportive community of interconnected molecular life science enthusiasts at all career stages. Much of the content of the channels can be viewed by…