Casting Your Net(work) Wide
What’s the point of expanding your analytical network? Where do I begin…
Christina Jayne Vanhinsbergh | | Opinion
Networking can be a daunting prospect, and the associated skillset is not always easily developed. And yet it is clearly valuable activity – especially for early-career scientists.
I am a PhD student at the University of Sheffield, UK, with a focus on multidimensional chromatography and its application in oligonucleotide separations. The novel nature of PhD research requires that you widen your sources of expert knowledge beyond that of your academic institution. Integrating into a professional community seemed to be the fastest route, so I went in search of societies that offered events to further increase my network.
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