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Why attend scientific conferences?

Editage Insights | Aug 23, 2013 | 12,303 views

Attending scientific conferences help you build your professional reputation. So how can you make the most of attending scientific conferences? Watch this video to learn why you should attend conferences and how they can be professionally rewarding for you. 

This is the first of a series of three videos which take a sneak peek into Roohi Ghosh's training session on "Making the most of attending conferences." Roohi drives the researcher training initiative at Editage, CACTUS. She has facilitated workshops in reputed institutes in Japan and India. She has also conducted webinars for researchers across the world.

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