Join Yi Pan on his research journey from China to Germany and eventually, Austria – steadily flowing and building is path, just like a river.
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
Thinking of joining us for your PhD? Prepare yourself by reading about Laras experience of a stressful but rewarding marathon of interviews!
Learning a new language is a great benefit when going abroad for you PhD studies. Read the best tipps for learning German from Ermanila.
In March 2020, COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic. At that time, I was travelling. How I experienced the beginning of the pandemic on the other side of the globe, in Central America.
Katarzyna tells about her success story of achieving the Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions fellowship and explains the steps to take to get the grant yourself!
Finding balance and some relaxation during your PhD has been a reoccuring theme. Urban farming might be a way to unwind and create results to be proud of.
Susanne shares her impressions about the iScientist conference, where scientist exchange ideas about inequality, gender sensitization, workload, and more.
Supervising a student puts a lot of responsibility on you. What if I fail in supervising my student? Read Nina’s first experience in supervising a student.
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?