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Publishing your research: Impact factors and open access publishing

When Jul 25, 2013 08:55 AM to
Jul 30, 2013 08:55 PM
Where St John's College
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The GSLS Graduate Students and Postdocs (GRASP) Forum are hosting their second event on Tuesday 30 July;

Publishing your research: Impact factors and open access publishing

A seminar of two talks followed by group discussion on the topics of impact factors and open access publishing.

Talks by:

  • Nicola McCarthy, Chief editor, Nature Reviews Cancer
  • Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, Outreach Director, Faculty of 1000

Discussion panel also including:

  • Peter Morgan, Head of Medical and Science Libraries

 This event will also be followed by drinks and snacks, providing a chance to meet the speakers and other researchers in the GSLS.

 Booking and full information at:

http://www.training.cam.ac.uk/gsls/event/712726

 

More information about this event…

Welcome to the Graduate School of Life Sciences

We are the largest centre for research and professional training in the Life Sciences in the UK, offering a very special experience to a community of around 2000 graduate students across departments within the School of the Biological Sciences, School of Clinical Medicine and eleven University Partner Institutes in the Cambridge area.

Every year some of the world's brightest and most determined students are attracted by the opportunity to carry out research projects with renowned scientists in a vibrant, multidisciplinary environment at one of the world's most respected research-led universities.

The School co-ordinates funding opportunities within the Life Sciences for their postgraduate education, as well as ensuring students receive the highest quality supervision and training.