"working from home" blog posts

Buddy Scheme

Posted on: 17 August 2022 | Category: Blog posts

One of the benefits of working at an institution like the University of Liverpool is connecting with fellow researchers and hearing about the ground-breaking projects that they are working on. But, if we’re being honest with ourselves, how many other postdocs and researchers do we really know from within the university? I’m not asking about researchers in our own Departments or Institutes, but researchers from across campus, based in Schools and Faculties that we know little about? I would guess that the answer is ‘not many.’ If so, you’re not alone.

New opportunities and support for clinical research staff

Posted on: 17 February 2022 | Category: Blog posts

Selina Johnson

I am a pain physiotherapist and although I love my clinical work, I have always been keen to explore research that better supports the patients I see and the quality of care we can deliver.

How to be a resilient researcher

Posted on: 23 August 2021 | Category: Blog posts

Dr Bengt Tegner

Here are some of my top tips on how to thrive as a researcher under difficult circumstances.

Making Sense of Hybrid Practice: Provocations on new ways of working

Posted on: 12 February 2021 | Category: Blog posts

Podcast 34 - James Howard

Dr James Howard, Director of The Academy, talks about how we as an organisation are making sense of ‘hybrid forms of practice’.

Working From Home as an Early Career Researcher: the ‘New Normal’

Posted on: 30 October 2020 | Category: Blog posts

Michael Robinson and his dog

Dr Michael Robinson relates his experience of working from home as an Early Career Researcher.

Making time for writing

Posted on: 9 October 2020 | Category: Blog posts

Dr Eli Saetnan profile

Dr Eli Saetnan talks about how researchers can make time for writing.


Posted on: 28 August 2020 | Category: Blog posts

Video screen shot

Dr Angela Midgley takes us through how #ResDevInYourPJs came about as a way of virtually reaching out to the researcher community and Liverpool and beyond.