NPDC21

The UK National PostDoc Conference 2021(NPDC21)-open to all research-related individuals 

9:00am - 5:00pm / Friday 24th September 2021
Type: Conference / Category: Public
  • Suitable for: Postdoctoral researchers Industry stakeholders Funding agencies Policy influencers Research developers Career development professional's
  • Admission: Online FREE
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The UK National PostDoc Conference 2021 is an opportunity for early career researchers and all research-related staff to engage with industry stakeholders, funding agencies, policy influencers, research developers and career development professionals

The wholly virtual NPDC21 will reflect the complexities of the current higher education research environment, where there is increasing recognition of postdoctoral researchers’ expectations regarding career development and healthy working environments. The resultant impact on performance and engagement is further fostered through the empowerment of a postdoctoral community to be adaptable and flexible in an increasingly diverse global research environment and employment market. Registrations for pre-NPDC networking events (from 5 August) have now opened.
Registrations for the main conference day are open from 20 July and are free of charge.
Full details of the programme can be found on the booking link below.