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Career Development Session
What does it mean to be a scientist? Why would you choose to be a scientist? What are the job possibilities if you think that an occupation in science is yours? These and other questions we would like to adress in our Career Development part of the symposium. By offering interesting material from various science experts and different angles we are aiming to highlight the plethora of possibilities that is opening up for everybody who wants to pursue a ‘career’ in science. The term ‘career development’ is related to many myths and promises and we try to uncover the ‘false hopes’ and bring you the reality of working as a scientist a little bit nearer. Among others we are featuring an exclusive interview with Prof. Dr. Tim Hunt who won the Nobel Prize 2001 for his outstanding discoveries of proteins regulating the cell cycle.
Omics / Systems Biology Session
Life is more than just the sum of its parts. Analyzing all entities of a biological system and their interactions are essential to the understanding of the mechanisms of biology. The computer based integration of many different types of biological experiments can lead to such new insights. In this session we will focus on some examples of systems biology.
Neurobiology Session
The nervous system is the basis of our emotions, our creativity and our conscious sense of ourselves. Understanding how it functions in order to "repair" it when it is "broken" is an intellectual challenge of the highest order. What is the progress on the molecular basis of mental illness and how can we develop better drugs for neurological disorders are some of the questions tackled in this session.
Scientific Communication 2.0 Session
How can the internet help you to do science more efficiently? Wikipedia and Google Maps are two prominent results of a quiet web revolution that is currently taking place. This new movement towards sharing and community contribution of knowledge, dubbed "Web 2.0", will deeply influence scientific communication and science in general - also yours.
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