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24. Nov 2020

Calls for women’s funding 2021 at MLU

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Calls for women’s grants at MLU are online. Current announcements: Network funds for the promotion of young female researchers in 2021: female doctoral students, postdocs, post-doctoral students, post-doctoral lecturers and junior professors can apply for funding for participation in conferences and further education measures as well as for working group meetings/research stays in 2021 Funds […]

20. Nov 2020

KI-Camp 2021 + KI-Newcomer / AI newcomers (April 27, 2021)

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BMBF and German Informatics Society (GI) are currently organizing the KI-Camp 2021 on April 27, 2021, which might be interesting for the AI researchers of all disciplines.

13. Nov 2020

Funding for research training group “ProMoAge” extended

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The Research Training Group 2155 “ProMoAge – Protein Modification: A Key Mechanism for Ageing” can continue its work for another four years. The DFG is funding the second phase with approximately 5.5 million euros. The GRK is managed by the Medical Faculty of the MLU together with the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena. Read more (in German)

11. Nov 2020

Research Training Group | Beyond Amphiphilicity: Self-Organization of Soft Matter Via Multiple Noncovalent Interactions (GRK 2670)

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Spokesman: Prof. Dr. Dariush Hinderberger, coordinator: nnfunding period 2021-2025 by DFG; website About the doctoral program Amphiphilicity is a well-established qualitative concept contributing to the understanding of self-assembly processes of molecules composed of two inherently incompatible units (hydrophilic and hydrophobic) in aqueous systems. Polyphilic molecules are more complex molecules, from small molecules to macromolecules, that have interaction […]

10. Nov 2020

DFG approves new Research Training Group “Beyond Amphiphilicity” at MLU

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The Senate of the German Research Foundation (DFG) decided on Friday to establish the new Research Training Group “Beyond Amphiphilicity: Self-Organization of Soft Matter Via Multiple Noncovalent Interactions (GRK 2670)” at MLU. In the first funding phase until 2025, about 4.5 million euros will be available for the doctoral program. (from MLU press release No […]

9. Nov 2020

Open Educational Resources (November 11, 2020)

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During this final webinar, the Open Educational Resources (OERs) of the MLU will be presented. What are these materials, how can these be used properly, where can you find these, and what legal matters do you need to bear in mind if you create OERs are some of the topics that will be discussed. Get […]

2. Nov 2020

MENTAL HEALTH LITERACY TALK – online (November 12, 2020)

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This lecture is about the prevalence of mental health illness in general and academic populations, about signs and symptoms and the science underlying the causes and treatments of mental illnesses, with an emphasis on depression and anxiety. Our speaker will be Wendy Marie Ingram, PhD. She is a scientist, mental health advocate, consultant and speaker. […]

2. Nov 2020

Coding Contest’ 20

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2. Nov 2020

Scidea Stage 2020

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2. Nov 2020

Open Science Services and support at the MLU (November 4, 2020)

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Join this webinar to learn what the ULB and the MLU are doing to support the Open Access and Open Science initiatives. Find out more about the publications fund of the MLU which can cover the costs of your open access publications. Take home valuable tips about how to make your research findings visible and […]


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