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NECTAR Early-Mid Career Research POSTER/ART Exhibition Opening

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Cross disciplinary collaborations led by Early-Mid Career Academics are now being funded by innovative schemes, such as the ANU Grand Challenges Scheme. The idea that solutions to the world’s problems are more likely to come out of diverse collaborations than isolated disciplines is prevalent in institutional plans, including the ANU strategic plan 2017-21. This is becoming a trend in funding for research. Furthermore, it’s thought that a new generation of researchers will lead such solution.

Thus, now is a great time to network with Early-Mid Career Academics in Canberra and build cross disciplinary networks.

This will be the first NECTAR Early – Mid Career Research Poster and ART exhibition - open to all.

Professor Brian Schmitt, ANU’s Vice-Chancellor will launch the event as our end of year celebration. A competition for the best, the most engaging and the most effective exhibits will be judged by a panel of key industry and funding organisation representatives.

We aim to make this event as inclusive as possible.

Early – mid career Researchers and teachers from ANU and other institutions can exhibit their posters, but there will be limited places available. Everyone can come to view them and enjoy the free canapés and drinks at the exhibition opening.

Register by 27th September to go in the running to present a poster (limited placements, first in best placed).

Family members are actively encouraged to attend.

The plan is that parents will be able to book their children into some sort of child care program close by during the event. This is currently under development so let me know what you need.

Get in touch with the NECTAR Coordinator, Sophie Baker, if you have any questions. +61 2 617 57165.

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