EMCR Pathways issue 28—October 2022

EMCR Pathways EMCR newsletter Issue 28 October 2022

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.


Editors’ welcome

This will be the last issue of EMCR Pathways for 2022, so we’ve made it a big one!

Achieving success within the ARC grants scheme

This EMCR Forum and ARC joint workshop aims to improve EMCR grant success.

EMCR Forum interview with Academy President Professor Chennupati Jagadish

Hear from the Australian Academy of Science’s President on the state of the STEM sector.

Introducing the new EMCR Program Manager: Dr Mari Kondo

The EMCR Forum Executive is delighted to welcome new Program Manager Dr Mari Kondo. Mari is an EMCR herself, and comes to this role from academia

Inspiring EMCR: Dr Melanie Finch

Meet the EMCR leading change for women in Earth and Environmental sciences in Australasia.

Introducing the new EMCR Program Manager: Dr Mari Kondo: on the job with Dr Claire Spillman

Dr Claire Spillman is a Principal Research Scientist at the Bureau of Meteorology and leads the Seasonal and Marine Applications team in Research.

Spotlight on international career pathways: on the job with Dr Emma Anderson

Meet Australian globe-trotting Dr Emma Anderson, currently a post-doc at CERN in Switzerland who completed her PhD in Sweden.

The domino effect of fundamental research

How scientists from 150 years ago shaped the technological future we are living in.

Sign up to re-envision the RepNet of the EMCR Forum

We’re collecting names of members who are keen to shape Forum activities in 2023.

EMCR Agony Aunt

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

The science of today is the technology of tomorrow

Edward Teller, Hungarian-American theoretical physicist

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