What can the Graduate Research Showcase do for you?

Ewa Szypula is a lecturer in the School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies, currently working on her project ‘Balzac’s Love Letters’. In this post, she shares her impressions of the Graduate Research Showcase 2015. As a postdoctoral researcher keen to get feedback on my book project, I jumped at the chance to present a …

Winning projects at Research Showcase 2015

On Wednesday 17 June, the Graduate School’s Research Showcase 2015 gave researchers from across the University the chance to discuss their work and the real-life impact it could have. Over 40 researchers presented posters explaining their projects, which were then judged by members of the public and non-academic University staff for clarity and creativity. The day also featured a …

Don’t miss Research Showcase 2015

Kamaljit Moirangthem is a second year Bioenergy PhD researcher working with Professor Greg Tucker, Professor Ian King and Dr Julie King at our Sutton Bonington Campus. As the first-prize winner of Research Showcase 2014, he shares his story and looks forward to this year’s event. The Research Showcase is an annual event – like the …

Research staff — sign up for your development conference

Have you signed up for the Research Staff Development Conference yet? Learn more about the event in this guest post from our friends in the Graduate School… New Year, new you? The annual Research Staff Development Conference is an opportunity for research staff at the University to take a day out to focus on their …

PG Showcase winners

As promised, the winners from last week’s excellent 2012 Postgraduate Research Showcase are…. (drumroll etc) Best poster via video-conference from Malaysia David Wee Shuon (stand number 47) with his poster entitled “a sound solution to rural electrification” Media prize for best press release Matthew Moles for his press release “A solution to broken hearts” **Judges of this award …

Exploding brain syndrome – PG Research Showcase

Have just got back to my desk after visiting the excellent 2012 Postgraduate Research Showcase in the Engineering and Science Learning Centre on University Park. I have a slight throbbing in the temples to be honest. There were so many interesting projects on show, and so many enthusiastic people to talk to, that I could …