Prof Hagan Bayley and Dr Yujia Qing, University of Oxford
Join the University of Oxford’s Professor Hagan Bayley and Reaxys PhD Prize 2019 winner Dr. Yujia Qing on February 26 for an exclusive look at their contributions to chemical nanotechnology. Professor Bayley will open the webinar by sharing his success in transforming a pore-forming protein into a stochastic sensor and a protein nanoreactor. Then Dr. Qing will discuss her work with a remarkable nanomachine: the molecular hopper that can move directionally along a protein track. The two researchers will also discuss how they used Reaxys data in their synthetic strategy finalization steps. Attendees can ask questions during a live Q&A at the end of the webinar.
This 45 minute webinar will discuss how Elsevier supports researchers by providing tools to effectively showcase their research profile and increase their visibility, a skill that is vital in the research world.
Join Reaxys Prize Club member Dr. Markus Suta for fascinating insights into luminescence thermometry. In this webinar, he describes the development and validation of remote lanthanide-based luminescent thermometers with applications in bio-imaging. Discover why a combination of in silico modelling and wet-lab experiments were essential to the success of the project. Dr. Suta also talks about the importance of efficient literature research to his work.
In addition, Dr Marta da Pian will give an overview on tips and tricks for using Reaxys.
Dr. Lara Dick,Dr. Lukasz Porwol and Virginia Ballance. Moderated by Rachel Brennesholtz
For a researcher, building knowledge is a complex and time-consuming process: finding and evaluating the relevance of information is only the first step; then comes the need to properly collect, organize, retrieve and use literature and data to create a true knowledgebase.
John McConnell, Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet Infectious Diseases
Are you wondering how editors make decisions to accept a paper for publication?
Are you struggling with which type of information to include in the methods section?
Are you having difficulties deciding to which journal to submit your article?
Join John McConnell, Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet Infectious Diseases, to learn how to prepare a manuscript for submission to premium journals. John will answer the top 25 most frequently asked questions by authors. Moreover, you will get the opportunity to secure answers to your own pressing questions. You won’t want to miss this engaging and valuable webinar.
Thanks to everyone who attended our June Advisor Briefing webinar, where we introduced some new features plus had a huge congratulations!
We would like to thank all the Mendeley Advisors for all your dedication to helping promote good research practices around the world. In the first 6 months of June, Advisors have introduced over 10,000 colleagues to Mendeley and run 171 events in 102 countries around the world!
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Andrew Jupp, Jamie Hicks, Aoife Cahill, Annalisa Montesanti
The first step to funding your research or getting the dream fellowship is writing the perfect application. While every fellowship or grant opportunity is unique, focusing on some key commonalities can help you achieve success early on in your career.
In this webinar, experts Jamie Hicks and Andrew Jupp who have found success in securing prestigious funding and fellowships will share their researcher experience with getting grants and offer key tips on how to write a successful application. In addition to that, Annalisa Montesanti will offer the funder perspective and offer a better understanding of what funders look for when reading grant applications.
You will come away with better understanding of what to consider when writing a grant application, what makes applications stand out to funders and how you can establish your chances of winning grants as an early career researcher.
When we think of Mendeley, we tend to think of the Reference Manager, but Mendeley can also help you search for your next job or your next research grant. In this session we will cover the benefits of Mendeley Funding and Mendeley Careers.
Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organize your research, easily create a bibliography, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research. We will be having an introductory session covering Mendeley's main features. This online presentation is free to register and will run for approximately forty-five minutes.
Introducing the Mendeley Data datasets API on SSRN! Learn more about early stage research and the integration of Mendeley Data datasets on SSRN encourages authors to upload the research data associated with their papers, allowing for greater transparency and reproducibility. SSRN authors get the credit for their research outputs, attract more citations, compliance with funder mandates data sharing, and more. SSRN readers easily access the data, can evaluate and follow the data connections, and use the data to create individual research.
Researcher Academy (https://researcheracademy.elsevier.com/) provides free access to countless e-learning resources designed to support researchers on every step of their research journey. Browse our extensive module catalogue to uncover a world of knowledge, and earn certificates and rewards as you progress.
Dr. Charles Martinez, Client Consultant Research Management, SciVal Fairy
Learn about Research Metrics and how to use them responsibly and effectively throughout your academic career. In this session you will learn about ORCID, the H-index and journal metrics including CiteScore and Impact Factor. Our speaker discusses how research metrics can help you chose a publication for your research and how you can use them to help promote your own research.
Join Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) to learn about techniques and strategies for publishing in high-impact journals. Dr. Fuster will present information on publishing in JACC Journals, which include JACC, JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging, JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions, JACC: Heart Failure, JACC: Clinical Electrophysiology and JACC: Basic to Translational Science. Dr. Fuster will present his expertise in working with researchers and authors throughout the research publishing cycle, how to develop papers for premium publications, and the opportunity to broadly disseminate findings. You won’t want to miss this engaging webinar and how it can benefit your research process and impact.
Thought Leaders - Traci Grodner and Curtis Maggard
If you are a researcher, a department dean at a prestigious university or a librarian looking for research tools to help researcher and faculty members save time and create new research faster; you won't want to miss this informative webcast. We invite you to join us on May 22 at 11:00a.m. EDT for our live webcast.
With research influencing accreditation policies and overall student engagement, now is the time to accelerate your institution's data management plan. When it comes to managing scholarly research, there's a lot that goes into data collection, preservation, and idea sharing.
Early-Stage Scholarly Research Gets Your Institution in the Spotlight: an introduction to early-stage scholarly research and the value of showcasing your researchers' fundamental ideas, concepts, working papers, in an open-sharing environment while increasing readership of your institution's and/or department's overall community engagement.
You'll be pleased you tuned-in!
You are invited to join the Education Research Network (EduRN) – the education community’s platform for sharing early-stage research, including preprints, working papers, and data prior to publication. EduRN is powered by SSRN, the leading working paper repository and preprint server since 1994.