Voice of Young Science – ‘Peer review: the nuts and bolts’ workshop review

Last week I had the opportunity to attend a Voice of Young Science (VoYS) workshop at Glasgow Caledonian University, focussing on peer review. Take a look at my review of the workshop for some of the hints & tips I learned on the day.

VoYS is a branch of Sense About Science tailored specifically for early career researchers; it’s a thriving community of young scientists from all fields of science. They run workshops, support Sense About Science campaigns and have a strong onlinepresence that supports and facilitates public debates about science.

The core of the event took the format of a panel, allowing questions and open discussion between panellists and the audience.

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