Tomorrow: Like science? Like to write? Making the transition to scientific writing

From pharmaceutical companies to universities to startups and more, science writers are in demand.

By Abby Tabor | Science Journalist at MyScienceWork

It’s a common enough tale: You loved science, so you embarked on a scientific career. But, somewhere along the way, you realized you enjoyed learning about it more than actually doing it. If this is your story—or you just love science and working with words—know that there are jobs out there for you, and where your PhD degree and skills could be a real asset. Tomorrow, Thursday, September 10th at 5:30, come learn more about the world of scientific writing from two professionals on two different paths.

It’s a common enough tale: You loved science, so you embarked on a scientific career. But, somewhere along the way, you realized you enjoyed learning about it more than actually doing it. If this is your story—or you just love science and working with words—know that there are jobs out there for you, and where your PhD degree and skills could be a real asset. Tomorrow, Thursday, September 10th at 5:30, come learn more about the world of scientific writing from two professionals on two different paths.

Join us for an excellent opportunity to learn about alternative career paths, face-to-face with the people doing them, learn how your skills from your PhD/postdoc training could make you a good candidate, and to network with likeminded members of AIMS. Just sign up here  to attend. See you there!

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