How to effectively communicate your science through design? In this episode, Meike Latz, both a scientist, freelance science illustrator, and lecturer in science visualisation, shares her insights on the world of science visualisation with us. She discusses her passion for this creative field and offers valuable tips on enhancing the visual appeal of your scientific posters, presentation […]
What does it take be a (science) writer? Sarah Haas is a researcher, consultant, and writer and she works both at the University of Copenhagen and Ghent University. Sarah tries to understand what makes good writing, what it means to be a writer, and how writing as a process can be facilitated. Especially for the latter two
How to befriend your imposter? Mary K. Kobia is a Senior Global Mobility Consultant at the University of Copenhagen and she works with supporting international researchers and their spouses on developing their talents and careers. Over the years, Mary noticed in her work that many international researchers struggle with: Imposter Syndrome Determining/acknowledging their transferable skills
How to broaden your network and get the job you want – following your own path?! Diana Lund Nordstrøm is a dual career consultant at the International Office of the University of Copenhagen and she helps people reach their next career goals. In this episode we talk about: How you can brush up your LinkedIn
How to find a job you love and thrive in ? Søren Spanner Bach holds a PhD degree from the University of Copenhagen and is the founder of Life Science Talent Solutions. He helps people educated in the life sciences to find jobs that fit their talents and personalities. In this episode we talk about:
How to be and become a good teacher? Hendra Agustian is an Assistant professor at the Department of Science Education at the University of Copenhagen. He teaches teaching staff at the university how to teach and helps them improve their teaching. He also conducts research on teaching and aims to improve the learning experience of
What does it mean to be a presenter and how can we feel better about being one? Mark Simpson is a consultant at and co-owner of Global Denmark, a company that offers proofreading and editing of English texts and that coaches people in becoming better at communicating – be it in presentations or in writing.
How to use Twitter to grow your scientific network, learn something new and have fun on the way? Courtney’s motivation to use Twitter Getting in touch with the scientific community beyond her own lab and project Getting new ideas, learn about latest papers Getting started: Passive engagement, see what other people tweet about Figure out