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Study Skills

Biological Sciences Libraries Research Skills Series: Help & Support

Help & Support

Book a consultation

Need to talk to someone about your research? Email the Biological Sciences Libraries Team to set up a time that fits your needs: sbslibraries@lib.cam.ac.uk

Further training opportunities

There are lots of training opportunities available for you to boost your research skills. We have included a few examples be aware that there may be departmental opportunities, as well as offerings from groups such as the Postdocs of Cambridge Society.

Cambridge University Libraries

Cambridge University Libraries offer a wide range of training opportunities, from dedicated sessions tailored to a specific discipline or field, through to programmes that cover topics relevant to all working in the sciences. Have a look at the Cambridge University Libraries training page to see what is coming up soon. 

Researcher Development 

The Researcher Development Team offers training based around the Cambridge Researcher Development Framework so you can find sessions which will help you develop your skills and become a well-rounded researcher. Take a look at the Research Development's timetable to see what you might like to learn. 

Bioinformatics

Need some training dedicated to coding, statistical analysis or something a bit more specialised? The Bioinformatics team will be able to help with their range of undergraduate and postgraduate training opportunities

University Information Services (UIS)

If you're looking for training to help you with specialist software or other tech solutions then UIS might have the session for you. Have a look at their timetable to see what opportunities might suit your needs. 

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