Our “offline survey” conducted during the Cluster Science Days 2019 demonstrates in four graphs what scientists in the Immunosensation cluster do and like.
Pursuing your PhD is not a cakewalk – again and again it will exhaust your energy. How can people help you to re-load your battery?
Pictures tell stories. Reading pictures is one of the major tools of scientists. What does “reading” mean and how do we do it? – a new series about imaging.
I am working in Prof. Michael Heneka’s lab in the DZNE Bonn, where I am currently doing a second postdoc. After finishing my PhD in a Nephrology lab in Germany, I decided to switch topics and went to the US for 3 years to learn about Alzheimer’s and other dementia research. Despite being in science for 9 years and attending multiple retreats and conferences, this … Continue reading Neuroinflammation Summer School – a chance to network in a beautiful place
Are you wondering whether you should consider a job where you regularly go on business travel? Find out more in our slide show with Q&A session!
Lucas Secchim Ribeiro, a post-doctoral researcher in the AG Franklin, eexplains the potential of platelets beyond hemostasis, introducing their skills as part of our immune system, in health and disease.
About the interviewer: I am Amir Kayvanjoo, a PhD student in the field of Molecular Biomedicine at LIMES institute, research group of Dr. Mass, University of Bonn. I have done my bachelor in Biology-Animal Sciences in Iran and later my Master in Life Sciences Informatics with the focus on data science and chemoinformatics at the University of Bonn. In a series of articles, I would … Continue reading From pipets and antibodies to computers and algorithms – wet-lab versus dry-lab
Science Communication at the 1st LIMES science slam 2019: Likelihood to win a nobel prize as hungarian, the 5th season in the Rhineland, and more.
Summer School in Sardinia: sounds like “holidays” but it tourned out to be an intense week. I wondered: what did the summer school do to my immune system?
My name is Christina and I am doing my PhD within the Bo&MeRanG program at the Universities of Bonn and Melbourne. Bonn and Melbourne, that is not an easy commute some people might think. True! But it is not as if I had to travel back and forth every week. In fact, I came to Melbourne twice and stayed there altogether for one year. The … Continue reading Bo&MeRanG – One PhD, Two Hemispheres