CABI Publishing webinar series
From research to peer-review, our webinar series will guide you through the various stages of the research and publication process.
Our FREE to attend webinar programme is led by our expert publishing team and special guest Dr. Alsayed Mashaheet, who received his PhD at North Carolina State University, and pursued postdoctoral research at NC State, Virginia Tech and Damanhour Universities.
Each series is designed to support you through your publishing and research journey - offering discussion points, best-practice pointers and top tips.Places are free of charge, but are limited - so be quick... register your place today!
Upcoming webinars include...
Writing agricultural grant proposals
This four-part webinar series provides a practical look at how to approach writing agricultural grant proposals for the best chance of securing valuable research funding.
Taking place: 16 February - 09 March, 2021
Professional Scientific Experiments
This three-part webinar series will guide you through the journey of how best to design and conduct your scientific experiments.
Taking place: 23 March - 03 April, 2021
Professional Manuscript Writing
Join Dr. Alsayed Mashaheet, over this three-part webinar series to discuss how to professionally write your manuscripts for peer-review.
Taking place: 20 April - 04 May, 2021
Our professional peer-review webinar series offers three sessions designed to support you as you embark on your journey to submit your manuscript for peer-review.
Taking place: 18 May- 01 June, 2021
Join our publishing expert, Dr. Alsayed Mashaheet who will guide you through the journey of professional poster preparation and presentation.
Taking place: 15 June - 29 June, 2021
CABI webinar series
CABI is an international, inter-governmental, not-for-profit organization that improves people’s lives worldwide by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment.
Our approach involves putting information, skills and tools into people's hands. CABI's 50 member countries guide and influence our work which is delivered by scientific staff based in our global network of centres.