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International Max Planck Research School for PhD students at the interface of biology, physics & computer science. Tweets by Birgit Knepper & Brian von Rueden
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IMPRS-CellDevoSys Sep 16
Still dreaming of summer days? Set your 2020 plans! Our student research application is now open! Apply now!
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IMPRS-CellDevoSys Sep 16
Check out this primer on as a to study - with contributions by several from the !
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André Nadler Sep 12
We're hiring as well (looking for biochemists and organic chemists)! We have two -funded PhD positions available for researchers interested to work on lipid asymmetry and membrane structure and function. Apply here: Please RT
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IMPRS-CellDevoSys Sep 12
Looking for a in ? We offer cutting-edge projects in an international environment - with full funding! Apply by 25 October! (Pls RT!)
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science2school Sep 11
This is an interesting mutation in the fruitfly! Romina and Jana having fun in our model organism session.
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Elisa Nerli Aug 23
It is always great to share your work with your peers! Thanks to give us this possibility and thanks for starting this series :)
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IMPRS-CellDevoSys Aug 22
Thanks to of for her great on initiation in the vertebrate last night. It's great to resume our series for & to actively after a summer break!
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MPI-CBG Postdocs Aug 21
This summer we are having great chalk given by our from !From modeling to organoids Beautiful posters done by
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Eugene W Myers Jr Aug 20
Looking for a bioinformatician to work on assembling genomes as part of our Vertebrate Genome, Bat 1K, and Euro-fish projects. Please check it out:
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Center for Systems Biology Dresden Aug 20
Our 2019 Summer School in Systems Biology is history - and it was great! Check out the findings of one week at the intersection of computer science & biology.
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Carl D Modes Aug 17
Great week this year at the 2019 CSBD Systems Biology Summer School ! Here the happy students pose after doing an impressive job calculating pi (and learning Monte Carlo techniques) by throwing chalk: 3.16 is not too shabby!
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IMPRS-CellDevoSys Aug 17
Final presentations for the 2019 in at . Participants share results after intense weeklong research projects exploring & more.
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IMPRS-CellDevoSys Aug 13
Exploring with the participants of our in . The museum is even more fascinating when visiting with an team of scientists. Curious minds, interactive exhibits, interesting discussions!
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IMPRS-CellDevoSys Aug 10
Starting the . Participants share their research background applying or methods to . Getting to know each other while !
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Center for Systems Biology Dresden Aug 9
The ELBE postdoctoral fellows program calls for applications. Join us at the intersection of computer science, physics & biology. Apply by 12 Sept, 2019!
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IMPRS-CellDevoSys Aug 10
Our international group of young , , & is finally here in . Introducing the institutes, faculty & concepts of our in at . Let’s have a great week!
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IMPRS-CellDevoSys Aug 10
Ready to welcome the participants for our 2019 Summer School in Systems Biology ! Kicking off in less than 1 hour!
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IMPRS-CellDevoSys Aug 2
This afternoon our summer from joined those from the for a city tour of . What a great international bunch of young scientists. We were impressed at their knowledge not only of science but of history as well!
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EatonLab Jul 9
We are at a loss of words. May she rest in peace. Our thoughts are with her family, friends and colleagues. Let us remember SUZANNE as the phenomenal thinker, mother and human being she was...
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Max Planck Society Jul 8
Raising funds to continue the search efforts for scientist Suzanne Eaton, missing in Crete: friends, family & colleagues from have set up a direct donation PayPal account if you wish to contribute
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