The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships provide an opportunity for Indian life science researchers to grow their career by funding their postdoctoral studies in Europe. In this article Zill-e-Anam highlights the salient features of this scheme and how to apply. The deadline to apply for the current cycle is on 9th September 2020.
On 28 April 2019, IndiaBioscience conducted a workshop on ‘Crafting your Career’ at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay. The workshop attempted to provide MSc and PhD students with a ‘toolkit’ to hone their career development as well as raise awareness about various academic and non-academic science careers.
The Workshop for Women in Science Journalism was held from 12 to 15 November 2018, at NCBS, Bangalore. Jointly organised by British Council India through the Newton-Bhabha Fund and the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Pune, and supported by IndiaBioscience, this workshop aimed at providing training and resources to women in science who are considering a career in science journalism.
A report from the workshop on "Careers in Science" at the International Congress of Cell Biology 2018.
Excerpts from a panel discussion "The Future of Life Sciences Start-ups — the Intersection of Academia and Industry" hosted by Purdue University at NCBS, Bangalore.
The newly formed Indian National Young Academy of Science (INYAS) hopes in coming years to bring its members together in the areas of pre-college science education and outreach, and networking between young scientists in India.
A career development workshop aimed at women scientists was held at NIAS, Bangalore in the second week of September. Attended by women scientists from across South India, the program was one of two workshops co-organized by the DST and the Indo-US Science and Technology Forum. Anjali Vaidyareports...