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COURSE PROGRAMME
Michaelmas 2020

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Course Booking

Upcoming Courses

Introduction to public engagement

Tuesday, 01 December 2020, 10am to 1pm

This session provides an introduction to public engagement for anyone interested in getting started or looking for a bit of inspiration.

Enterprising women

Wednesday, 02 December 2020, 12.30pm to 1.30pm

Scientific writing: core skills

Tuesday, 08 December 2020 to Wednesday, 09 December 2020, 9.30am - 1pm

This one-day course provides a sound grounding in the core skills needed to produce accurate and effective scientific writing.

Blog posts

MPLS Enterprise and Innovation Fellows 2021

If you are an entrepreneurially minded post-doc, why not apply to be an Enterprise and Innovation Fellow, working with us to shape and sustain development of our Enterprise programme, supporting researchers to explore the creative and commercial potential of their work.

Why join the #RisingWISE programme?

RisingWISE is an enterprise programme aimed at early career researchers at Oxford and Cambridge. It is a course entirely developed by and for women, including strong links with women experts in industry. If you are curious about enterprise, entrepreneurship and impact then this is the programme for you!

Free course: Become a Better Presenter: Improve Your Public Speaking Skills

FutureLearn is hosting this free three-week course, created by staff at the Royal Observatory Greenwich and the Presenter Network. Learn how to improve your presentation skills (face to face and digitally) and add personality into your presentation style.

Head of UKRI speaks out on diversity in research system

Ottoline Leyser says: We must reshape the system so it genuinely values and supports difference