We looked inside some of the tweets by @burkemlou and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
From containers to training disasters. Today we’re joining eResearch trainers from across Australia and NZ to share stories and advice on shifting to online training. Join the conversation in the BoF at #eResAU2020 1:30pm AEDT Wednesday 21 October https://t.co/jxfdmnuIzG https://t.co/GS8fBrxdKf
This week the @AusBiocommons team is at #eResAU2020. We've got lots of great talks and posters lined up. Come along to hear about what we've been up to. https://t.co/z8wNh3F5Je https://t.co/1ofPt6STaS
An ally is someone who recognises their own privilege and stands up for others when needed. The OLS team are offering two 3-hour Ally Skills training workshops on December 4. To learn more and book a slot please visit: https://t.co/07SWv8qTf2 https://t.co/Vn6kqBVR8F
Full-price tickets are set at GBP £199 for a three-hour workshop, with the dual goal of helping people practice and feel more confident being an ally, but also of raising money to help raise funds for @openlifesci. Please share with your networks! Discounts available if needed. https://t.co/g555TmxAja
Thrilled to announce @NSF funding for a small "think-tank" style conference (late 2021) to reshape career-spanning training for life scientists - how we help researchers and educators keep pace with rapid change. Read the blog post: https://t.co/jTLB577Oln Plz share!
This is going to be fun! Congratulations Jason! https://t.co/Efuyf4njoB
.#futureofmeetings Symposium on right now to address how technology, sustainability, accessibility and inclusivity will influence the future of how we gather. @CSIRO Chief Scientist @DrCathyFoley speaking 10.30. Free 2-day event https://t.co/IJheYZ3hUL
Looking forward to some interesting talks and workshops this week! Hoping to get some great ideas for future events, workshops and training. https://t.co/UlZpUJ51mc
Melbourne Bioinformatics, through Australian BioCommons, is seeking a Project Manager to manage the establishment, extension and delivery of key national bioinformatics platforms under the Australian BioCommons “Bring Your Own Data” (BYOD) Project. https://t.co/dCMQmMBjhR