Helmholtz-Graduiertenschule für Infektionsforschung
Die Helmholtz Graduiertenschule für Infektionsforschung (HZI Graduate School) ist ein innovatives, durchstrukturiertes Doktorandenprogramm im Themenbereich "Infektionsforschung".
Der Campus des Helmholtz-Zentrums für Infektionsforschung in Braunschweig bietet das ideale Umfeld für junge Forscher, ihr Wissen mit Kollegen und führenden Wissenschaftlern aus der ganzen Welt auszutauschen. Neben der intensiven wissenschaftlichen Ausbildung erhalten die Doktoranden die Möglichkeit, ihre Soft Skills Fähigkeiten zu trainieren und ihre interdisziplinären Kenntnisse zu verbessern, die sie für den Arbeitsmarkt vorbereiten.
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Call for Applications: For researchers of all disciplines
The Falling Walls Lab is an inspiring and challenging interdisciplinary forum for young researchers, entrepreneurs and innovators on 8 November 2013 in Berlin. It brings together 100 academics and professionals, and provides them with the opportunity to share their research projects, ideas and initiatives for change. Each participant is asked to present his/her work in 3 minutes in front of a renowned jury. All participants will be granted an A.T. Kearney Scholarship to attend the international Falling Walls Conference on 9 November 2013. At the Conference 20 top-class scientists from around the world present their current breakthrough research answering the question “Which are the next walls to fall?”. This year, Professor Jagdish N. Bhagwati, the world’s leading expert in international trade, Professor Rolf-Dieter Heuer, director general of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (Cern) and Professor Jules A. Hoffman, Nobel laureate of 2011 are amongst the attending speakers.
The three winners of the Falling Walls Lab are being given a cash prize and will speak at the Conference again in front of a high-calibre audience. Accommodation expenses from 8 to 9 November are covered. Travel costs cannot be reimbursed. The events will be held in English. To get a better impression of last year's Falling Walls Lab please watch our short film here: http://vimeo.com/53407463.
The Falling Walls Lab is a non-profit series of scientific conferences, which aims at building and fostering interdisciplinary connections between young researchers; apart from their own travel expenses, participants do not pay any charges. The Falling Walls Lab is a cooperation project between the Falling Walls Foundation, its Founding Partner A.T. Kearney and its Global Partner KWS Saat.
Falling Walls Lab Berlin, 8/9 November 2013
Apply now: www.falling-walls.com/lab/apply
Application deadline: 22 September 2013
Please do not hesitate to contact the Falling Walls Lab Team for any enquiries you might have at email@example.com.
11th Vienna Biocenter PhD Symposium
November 7-8, 2013
About the Symposium
Time matters... and undoubtedly is a crucial component of life in various fascinating aspects. Our planet earth rotates around its own axis once in about 24 hours creating fluctuations in light and temperature. A huge range of species from cyanobacteria to humans have evolved an endogenous self-sustained ticker that can be fine tuned by these environmental changes to achieve adaptation to local environments.
An internal clock is not only required for proper physiology and behavior! No, it is not that simple. Single cells themselves need to tell time apart to divide, position themselves and exert their function at the right time in the right place.
To add another layer of complexity, organisms including us humans can perceive time subjectively while being equipped with the same standard clockwork. Time cannot be sensed like traditional senses, but rather time is indirectly perceived by reconstructing it in our brain.
You want to hear more? Well, we do too.
By gathering young scientists and leading experts from diverse fields we hope to discover the many different timekeepers of biological systems and fuel new and unconventional ideas for the future. As nature has clocks for a variety of time scales, a wide range of topics will be explored, such as biochemical oscillations, cell cycle timing, circadian rhythms, time perception, and time-driven population dynamics.
Let’s discover together how nature ticks!
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