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  • TDM at S-Lab Conference

    TDM will be at the upcoming S-Lab Conference at the University of Nottingham on the 21st of September, talking about the TDM project and it's progress to date.  

  • Technicians Make It Happen Photo competition

    Join Gatsby's Technicians Make It Happen campaign, which launched today, by posting a photo of something technicians have helped make on social media with #TechniciansMakeItHappen. 

  • TDM Celebrates Technicians Make It Happen Campaign

     TDM celebrates Gatsby's 'Technicians Make It Happen' campaign with a video of technicians at the University of Sheffield making it happen. 

  • Credit where it is (over)due - Science Council writes for Laboratory News

    Hannah Kowszun, Director of Marketing and Communications at the Science Council, writes for Laboratory News on raising the profile of technicians and ensuring they get the credit they deserve.  

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  • Sainsbury Panel report on technical education

    Lord Sainsbury writes for FE Week on streamlining technical education routes for a highly skilled workforce, following the release of the Government's Post 16 Skills Plan. 

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  • TechNet event poster

    The next TechNet event will be on the 19th of July and focus on Teaching, training and recognition.  Find out more about the event and register for your place. 

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  • HEaTED host Gatsby's 'Technicians Make it Happen' exhibition

    HEaTED will be hosting Gatsby's 'Technicians Make it Happen' exhibition at the National STEM Learning Centre in York until the 25th of July. 

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  • Technicians make it happen- Interview with Kelly Vere

    Kelly Vere, senior lab technician at the University of Nottingham and previous staff member of TDM, was interviewed by Laboratory News on why Gatsby's Technicians Make it Happen campaign is so important.  

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  • Science Council blog: Supporting career development for technicians in HE

    Andrew Lee, Technical Team Leader at the University of Nottingham, has written a blog post for the Science Council on the importance of actively supporting career development for technicians in HE.  

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  •  The next TechNet session will include short talks by technicians across the Faculties of Science, Social Science, Medicine, Dentistry & Health, Engineering and Arts & Humanities from TUoS. Find out more information and register to attend the event on the 19th of April. 

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  • Technicians: Industry's Unsung Heroes by the Gaurdian

    A Guardian article on Technicians as industry's unsung heroes and Gatsby's new exhibition - Technicians make it happen - showing at the Mall Galleries in London. 

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  • Not 'just' a technician blog on the Science Council website

     A blog by Emma Bennison, a research laboratory technician at Newcastle University, on why she is not 'just' a technician. Read the full blog on the Science Council website. 

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  • National Apprenticeship Week 2016

     TDM and IST supporting National Apprenticeship Week 2016 with a special offer on professional registration fees. 

  • TechNet event Procurement- Storify

     There was a great turnout at the last TechNet Event on Procurement. We've created this Storify board to summarise the session and signpost to further information.

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  • Times Higher Education article on National Centre Launch

    Times Higher Education interviewed TDM director Terry croft on the launch of the new National Centre for Technicians. Read the full article on the Times Higher Education website. 

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