Bioladies Network events

The Bioladies Network events are open to everyone who might be interested in the topics or benefit from the networking opportunities they provide.  Please therefore feel free to share the links below with any colleagues who might be interested.

For the time being, all events are held on Zoom. The Zoom link and meeting ID are contained in the email updates; please contact us if you need them.

Once we get back to holding events you can attend in person, you will need to click on the event title to register on the Eventbrite site for event tickets if you are interested in attending. Every event is open to all so please feel free to share links with colleagues who may be interested.

Next event

Virtual meetup, Tuesday 19 January 2021

This virtual meet up will start at 18.00 UK time. Lina Mayorga  will give a presentation of her  work- a project called EBU Student journey. Ram Shergill, an internationally acclaimed photographer and artist, will then review how the photographic image, and how parts of the image, can be re-purposed by ‘regenerative interfaces’, expanding visibility and impact in a wide range of industries, within the context of understanding how advancements in photographic regeneration methods are shaping the future of science, design and technology.

Subsequent events

We will only have one virtual meeting per month at 6pm UK time from January to April. At these meetings we will need to focus on activities and outputs for the five year anniversary of the network in May. If you have any ideas, do get in touch. Please hold these dates if you can:

  • Wednesday 17 February
  • Thursday 18 March
  • Tuesday 13 April

Last event

Virtual meetup, Tuesday 22 December
At our last meet up of 2020, we discussed the current situation, including the difficulty of separating home and work when confined to one place. Academics noted the stress students, especially international ones were under and measures they were taking to help them. We also noted positive things like seeing members from all over the world and having access to a huge amount of information online. Members explained what they are currently doing and we also spoke about different Christmas traditions in our different countries.

We’d like to thank all those who contributed and those who were able to attend and wish everyone a very Happy Christmas!