Durham University News
Formation of human tissue to improve drug testing and reduce animal research
Innovative three dimensional (3D) cell culture technology is giving scientists the ability to grow realistic human tissues for more effective drug testing while reducing the need for animal research.
Durham’s cosmology research lights up London
Research by Durham University scientists into the evolution of galaxies will light up London as part of a major festival.
Philanthropist, filmmaker and children's champion receive honorary degrees
A leading philanthropist, a pioneering filmmaker and a children’s champion were awarded honorary degrees as thousands of students graduated from Durham University.
Work to begin on new colleges and student facilities
Work to develop new college and student facilities at Durham University will begin within weeks.
Conferences and Publications - The Details
The department has provisions for each student to attend domestic and international conferences. It is expected that, during the course of your PhD, you will attend
one major international conference, and a number of conferences within the UK; you and your supervisor will be able to decide on which conferences are relevant to your
The departmental travel approval policy is outlined here - be sure to familarise yourself with the procedure. Requisition forms and further
information is available on the internal maths pages.
Important Information about Publications
Please note this before submitting any publications!
Last modified on 13th November, 2013 at 13:41:49
If you attended one of the open access briefing sessions then you will be aware that there is a new MANDATORY university procedure (effective immediately) for dealing with publications that arise from all RCUK funded research (this includes PhD students, FEC research time, consolidated grants, etc).
BEFORE submitting a paper for publication you must complete the open access webform at https://www.dur.ac.uk/research.office/open.access/form/ and wait for a response to confirm your preferred journal choice. This response will also provide the open access options available to you and confirm any block grant funding that you may have requested for gold open access.
This procedure is in addition to the required upload (on publication) of a post-print version of the paper to Durham Research Online (DRO) http://dro.dur.ac.uk/ which applies to all publications, irrespective of RCUK funding.
If you are unsure about any of the above or require any assistance or support then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note that the webform requires both the RCUK grant reference code and the internal grant reference code. If you dont know these codes then you can obtain them by contacting email@example.com for assistance.
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