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English Proofread is venturing into VLOGGING! Here is the first of a series of short vlogs exploring interesting and quirky areas of the English language. Feel free to comment, like and share. We hope you like it! 🙂
The Qatar National Research Fund have a substantial list of research collaboration opportunities – it could be you they are looking for!
Download this Science Europe report from a pan-European association of research funders and institutions offering some pointers about what to expect and look for in postdoctoral funding programmes across the continent.
This site by Exam English (click here) provides a series of tests designed to improve your knowledge of academic English using the Academic Word List (AWL) – an extremely valuable tool for all students and researchers.
Translating from one language to another is fraught with difficulty – capturing exact words can be hard enough let alone more subtle meanings like metaphor, pathos, or culturally specific references and phrases. But machine translation is even more complex, although … Continue reading
Well worth checking one of the world’s most respected and trusted rankings of tertiary educational institutions – the Times Higher Education world university rankings.
It’s particularly easy to get things wrong when it comes to science, because words often have a different meaning for scientists than they do for the rest of the population. This article will help with clearing up some of these … Continue reading
See the link here for an interesting call from the Australian government for grant tenders which our friends and colleagues in the Arab world may be interested in: International Speakers Program – support the two-way flow of influential individuals between … Continue reading
Not a marriage proposal, but a study proposal… the EU has cash to splash on hard-up social scientists. View the EU’s research grants here.
Keep your finger on the pulse of current scientific debate via Retraction Watch which keeps up to date with peer reviewing in the scientific community.