Laughing is the best form of therapy! But what is the science behind laughing? In this arrticle you will find out what we can learn from tickeling studies in rats and why laughing is important for our mental health!
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.
How to read a paper? Sophia explains in the format of an infographics how you can accomplish this in an efficient way.
The insight we brought from “I, Scientist” Conference What makes us a scientist? Our job is a part of our identity, but not our whole essence. The “I, Scientist” 2019 Conference at Technical University of Berlin was an international meeting for scientists who talk about science—but also beyond it. The conference introduced issues that affect people working in science, as well as in other fields: … Continue reading Inequality Affects us All
Susanne shares her impressions about the iScientist conference, where scientist exchange ideas about inequality, gender sensitization, workload, and more.
Working on a very important topic in current times: disease outbreak control. We interviewd Kirstin Meier from the GIZ on finding a carreer outside the science world.
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.
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.
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