For the academic year 2016/17 the University is piloting electronic thesis submission with several departments, including Chemistry.
If you are submitting a thesis in the academic year 2016/17, you are requested to submit an electronic thesis to Apollo alongside the print copy you need to submit to the Student Registry.
The University repository, Apollo has recently been upgraded and is now able to accept all thesis types. There is an online form for theses to make the deposit process simple and fast.
Find out more at: http://osc.cam.ac.uk/theses/digital-thesis-pilot.
Are you currently studying for or have you completed a PhD degree? Do you want to tell the world why it’s important? The #ShareMyThesis competition challenges PhD students past and present to summarise on Twitter why their PhD research is important in 140 characters or less. The competition is open to entries from all subject areas. Find out more and to how to enter visit: http://www.bl.uk/share-my-thesis/. The closing date is 9th February 2015 at 10:00. Good luck!
The British Library has created a short video about using theses in research with EThOS with researchers from the universities of Glasgow, Plymouth and Manchester talking about how they have used it.
EThOS is a free research tool which gives access to the best of the UK’s doctoral research.
Search over 350,000 theses covering every subject area, and download over 100,000 straight away.
- Search and read theses on your topic;
- Find examples of how to structure and approach your thesis;
- Research the work of specific institutions or academics.
Watch the video: http://bit.ly/1fjv6Hd
Search EThOS now: http://bit.ly/1fjv6Hd