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Before the 2016 Bioscience Careers Festival, the Life Sciences Careers Conferences were successfully run by the Careers Committee for over five years. Some resources from these events are available below.

Resources from 2015

Programme

Blog post

Presentations from 2014

University of Liverpool

Careers in industry - Dr Jon Day, Society of Biology

Careers in science communication - Alexa Hime, Biochemical Society

Managing online presence - Emma Knott, Kaizo PR

Careers in the environmental sector - Dr Graham Hopkins, The Ecology Consultancy

Scientific innovation - what is it? - Ellie Purnell, Appleyard Lees

Careers in teaching - Liz Parker-Berry, Durham University

The Royal Veterinary College

Careers in the Environmental Sector - Sasha Dosworth, The Ecology Consultancy

Careers in science communication - Dr Lindsay Flook

Careers in teaching - Liz Parker-Berry, Durham University

Careers in industry - Dr Mark Christie, Kings College London

Careers in academic research - Dr Rob Hardwick, BBSRC

Careers in biomedical science - Sean Frost, London Metropolitan University

Scientific innovation - what is it? - Simon Bradbury, Appleyard Lees

Staffordshire University

Planning your careers - Janet Turner, Staffordshire University

CV workshop - Janet Turner, Staffordshire University

Careers in the environmental sector - Graham Hopkins, The Ecology Consultancy

Scientific innovation - what is it? - James Myatt, Appleyard Lees

Careers in science communication - Dr Robert Jackson, Keele University

A selection of top presentations from previous years:

Planning your career

CV workshop

Career pathways in academic research

Career pathways in industry

Careers in the environmental sector

Biomedical and clinical science careers

Careers in patent law

Careers in science communication

Careers in science policy

Careers in learning, teaching and outreach

Postgraduate study options