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Developing a Research Track Record on a Shoestring

Academics and researchers are constantly being told to increase their research outputs if they want to get promoted, funded or even keep their jobs! But it becomes a catch 22 when you can’t do much research because you have no money, but no one will give you money because you haven’t done enough research. Despite this situation there are ways to build a research track record that require less money and can give you the start you need to build a decent track record (or even just to keep your head above water!). Further information.

Audience:  Early career researchers

Duration:  2 - 3 hours

Frequency:  by request to

Presenter:  ThinkWell

Provided by:  Graduate Research School