Different countries have diverse ways of conducting research. But how different is it in countries like the Netherlands and Germany (Radboudumc vs. LIMES), which are geographically close to each other? Let’s find out.
This article sums up a small online survey that was conducted to show how we deal with shifting everything to online during and what we can learn from it to improve upcoming online meetings and scientific networking. 54 persons participated and gave interesting insights into their current situation.
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 »