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What? What is the influence of unconscious gender bias on academic careers? From job applications to article submissions, quick assessments made by reviewers can become career-defining for those who work in research. Blind reviewing, and other measures taken by publishers, have been put in place to mitigate its effect – often with great success. In this webinar, you’ll learn to identify

Convener: Maria Bostenaru Dan  Co-Conveners: Ira Didenkulova , Magdalini Theodoridou , Mirela-Adriana Anghelache , Maja Miše , Riia Chmielowski , Giovanna Avellis This session was aimed to evaluate the involvement of women in geosciences and to enhance their involvement in the future by means of success stories and role models. The event was widely advertised among different

NEWSLETTER Quantum mechanics: A new research group   Mark Bason is behind a new group on Quantum mechanics at the University of Brighton in the United Kingdom. If you are interested in joining the adventure, don’t hesitate to apply for a Marie Curie Fellowship!   The formation of a new research group is both exciting and daunting. On the one hand, it

NEWSLETTER I benefited from an ERC grant – Top tips from Annika Guse Do you intend to apply for ERC grants? Then keep reading! We had a talk with Annika Guse who shared some tips. 1. Annika, can you say a few words about yourself? I am originally from Germany and studied Biology at the Technical University of Braunschweig. After that, I switched fields a couple

NEWSLETTER MCAA African Chapter (AMCA): Challenges and Perspectives Raelize du Plooy has been the Chair of the African Chapter since 2014. She filled us in on the activities she has in mind for the Chapter. The African Chapter was established towards the end of 2014 and currently has around 60 Members from all across Africa. Our goal is to provide a platform