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The PRIME-XS consortium provides an infrastructure of state-of-the-art proteomics technology to the biological and biomedical research community in Europe. Its twelve partners, all leading in the field of proteomics, provide subsidized access to their technology at six access facilities, distributed over Europe. In addition, the partners in the consortium develop new technologies to better aid […]

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Several months ago we discussed how the UK’s science budget freeze may lead to a mass exodus of British scientists to other countries. In response to previous budget cuts and the current budget freeze, Dr Jennifer Rohn, a cell biologist at University College London formed the Science is Vital group. Jennifer was quickly joined by […]

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The European Biotechnologist would like to welcome guest blogger* Dan Weekes. Dan was a postdoc for five years at Kings College London and is currently looking for his next adventure outside the lab. In the following post, Dan writes about the benefits of PhD studentships. This weekend I read with interest an article in the […]

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Following a meeting of its Council and the publication of its Delivery Plan 2011-2015, BBSRC has confirmed a number of changes to its funding of postgraduate training and fellowships. In Brief: BBSRC to stop funding Masters studentships four-year PhD funding to continue doctoral student training support to increase to £5,000 p.a. for students’ experimental and […]

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The European Proteomics Association (EuPA) is inviting the scientific community to nominate a senior scientist engaged in the field of proteomics for the annual EuPA Senior Scientist Award in Proteomics. This annual award is intended to acknowledge achievements in the field of proteomics in Europe The Award will consist of a diploma and an honorarium […]

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