EMCR Pathways issue 22—November 2020

The Australian Early- and Mid-Career Researcher Forum of the Australian Academy of Science serves as the voice of the country's future scientific and research leaders. We currently reach over 4000 people and are seeking to broaden and increase our engagement with Australian EMCRs to better represent their views, needs and vision to decision-makers within the government, members of parliament and key funding agencies.

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Editors’ welcome

The EMCR Forum Executive has been hard at work and we have lots of great news for you!

Help us welcome our wonderful new science policy intern

Final-year ANU Science/Law student Andrew Ray is a ‘pre-ECR’ who’s particularly interested in the impact of emerging technologies on the law.

On the job with…

Food Agility researcher Dr Madeline Mitchell draws on her plant biology background to support growers and contribute to the sustainability of agriculture.

Inspiring EMCRs

ANSTO research scientist Dr Katie Sizeland shares how she got her job, and her love of collagen biomaterials.

Lindau Nobel Online Science Days

The Lindau Nobel Laureates meeting went virtual this year—Kate Secombe shares the experience on behalf of the Young Scientists delegates.

Need help with your writing? You're not alone

Academic writing coach Dr Malini Devadas shares her tips for improving your academic writing—and when to seek help.

EMCR perspectives—on the importance of STEAM

What does that A stand for? Physical chemist and ARC Future Fellow Dr Raffaella Demichelis shares her thoughts on STEAM—science, technology, engineering, ART and medicine.

EMCR Agony Aunt

Looking for rock-solid, ironclad, foolproof, childproof, future-proof and proof-proof advice? Ask the EMCR Agony Aunt.

What have we been up to?

It has been the season of submissions and online events for the EMCR Forum Executive and the EMCR community.

Science makes people reach for truth and objectivity; it teaches people to accept reality, with wonder and admiration, not to mention the deep awe and joy that the natural order of things brings to the true scientist.– Dr Lise Meitner, co-discoverer of nuclear fission.

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