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
Our immune system is working in fascinating ways. One could say in almost biblical dimensions. Learn how eosinophils protect our body in a David-and-Goliath story.
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!
Fabian Gondorf from the LIMES group “Immunology and Environment” on the complex interplay of diet, microbiome, immune cells and organ health.
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.
FASTGenomics is an online platform to analyze single-cell transcriptomic data. Read about the story behind the platform and the value of single-cell data analysis.
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.
The author, Theodore Kapellos, is a postdoctoral researcher at the LIMES Institute of the University of Bonn. In this blog article, he shares his expertise on an interesting human physiological endogenous system that he studied during his PhD studies in the United Kingdom (https://www.path.ox.ac.uk/content/david-greaves). In contrast to its most popular recreational use, cannabis consumption may have significant medicinal implications in the fight against major chronic … Continue reading Cannabis medicinal research: Smoking our way to health?