In the last part of our series “pandemic pain – personal insights” we talked to a scientists and a medicals student about their experiences.
The next federal election in Germany takes place on the 26th of September. While the public discussion is mainly dealing with the political parties’ opinions on the climate crisis, economy, and national safety, I think that their stand on scientific research is missing. It is clear that all political parties want to encourage scientific research on topics like energy production, agriculture, mobility and AI, but … Continue reading How might the next election change science? – An overview of the ideas for scientific research that German political parties aim at
The year 2020 was mainly marked by one event – the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 became one of the most important words in our everyday language and somehow it affected all of us. At the beginning of the pandemic, many people were not aware of how much their life will change due to COVID-19 pandemic. In this little series, we asked six different people about their … Continue reading How did COVID-19 pandemic change our life?
Join Yi Pan on his research journey from China to Germany and eventually, Austria – steadily flowing and building is path, just like a river.
What do you think about a virus……..? If I were to ask random people in the city what they think about a virus, I believe most people would have a negative perception about it, some would just accept viruses as being part of nature and probably no one would have anything positive to say about a virus unless he/she is a virologist! In the current … Continue reading A virus, an Evil killer or a Hidden Gem?
First part of our series, “pandemic pain – personal insights”, where we ask 6 people about their personal experiences during the first lockdown.
“If a picture is worth a thousand words, one video recorded from a living brain is priceless.” Learn how 2P microscopy advanced the neuroscience field.
How I got into programming In today’s world, advances in technology and laboratory methods make the handling of ever-increasing amounts of data in science very important. For handling large amounts of data, computer science skills are more in demand than ever. Therefore, scientists, students, postgraduates, etc. are beginning to get more involved with programming languages. As a medical student, I am now for the first … Continue reading The ups and downs of learning a programming language
3D culture and organoids are becoming more prevalent in research. Here, the most important aspects of human brain organoids are explained.
Thinking of joining us for your PhD? Prepare yourself by reading about Laras experience of a stressful but rewarding marathon of interviews!