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How could we get more exposure for early career scientists? How do we facilitate discussion among early career scientists? How do we get a better understanding of the directions our fields are moving?

Via social media, of course!

Every Thursday afternoon, tweet about a paper with an early career researcher as the primary author. The author should still be early in their career. Add the author’s twitter handle, if they have one, and a link to the paper. Put the hashtag , for early career researcher paper, on the tweet. Then add a hashtag specific to the field of study (e.g., ). An easy place to see all these tweets in one place will be right here, on INNGE's aggregator (), which will organize tweets by field of study. We are hopeful we can create a movement of reading, discussing, and supporting the work being done by hard-working early careers researchers. Get more details in the .

DrNitrogen #ecrpaper by my postdoc @URExSRN @laurenicium - congratulations! https://t.co/1LZP1yiN80
11 months 2 weeks ago
_glitterworm New #ECRpaper from @leighMhowarth https://t.co/xcBviwObSe Trade-offs in #marine protection
11 months 3 weeks ago
_glitterworm #ecrpaper in @SciReports from Kirsty Morris: #Marine snow fuels life on the sea floor https://t.co/fUsS1l7YQ0
11 months 4 weeks ago
Adamdbulley RT @gillian_pepper: This week's #ECRPaper by @FMeacham on maladaptive anxiety due to individual differences in experience @EMPHjournal http…
11 months 4 weeks ago
RebeccaSear RT @gillian_pepper: This week's #ECRPaper by @FMeacham on maladaptive anxiety due to individual differences in experience @EMPHjournal http…
11 months 4 weeks ago
gillian_pepper It's ECR Thursday! Celebrate by tweeting an early career researcher's paper & topical hashtag. More at https://t.co/4axzwUSn5v #ECRpaper
11 months 4 weeks ago
gillian_pepper This week's #ECRPaper by @FMeacham on maladaptive anxiety due to individual differences in experience @EMPHjournal https://t.co/6pjUze4ewr
11 months 4 weeks ago
gillian_pepper RT @clarepandrews: @K_Herborn found #shag chicks' #telomeres shorten faster if parents older, implying they age more quickly #ECRPaper http…
12 months 4 days ago
clarepandrews @K_Herborn found #shag chicks' #telomeres shorten faster if parents older, implying they age more quickly #ECRPaper https://t.co/OygDxP5Qto
1 year 16 hours ago
Adamdbulley RT @gillian_pepper: Extremely important #ecrpaper #biodiversity https://t.co/DXyxEAMoNK
1 year 19 hours ago
VisualPersist RT @gillian_pepper: Extremely important #ecrpaper #biodiversity https://t.co/DXyxEAMoNK
1 year 22 hours ago
gillian_pepper Extremely important #ecrpaper #biodiversity https://t.co/DXyxEAMoNK
1 year 22 hours ago
DannyWijnhoud RT @kj_winkler: Out now: Interlinking #ecosystemservices & #SES w/ @SBPartelow #openaccess #ECRpaper #sustainabilityscience https://t.co/BB
1 year 1 day ago
soayipm Congrats @sebjames! #ecrpaper https://t.co/QF3Vh6iG7w
1 year 2 days ago
DrNitrogen Congrats #ECRpaper to @JulieRipplinger https://t.co/gjONj0OW18
1 year 4 days ago

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