Newsletter: July 2018

Nanotechnology is already a fact of everyday life for us these days, and has the potential to revolutionise medicine. By no means all of the risks have been researched as yet, however. You can also read in this edition how a young Lithuanian researcher met Swedish chemistry Nobel prize winner Tomas Lindahl at the Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, learn about current funding programmes and discover our number of the month.

IN FOCUS: Nanotechnology

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UPCOMING EVENTS

"Research in Germany" at the World Congress of the International Sociological Association (ISA) 2018, Toronto, Canada

In July, representatives from German funding organisations, sociological panel studies, data infrastructure and research institutes will jointly present at the ISA World Congress in Toronto, Canada, at an information booth and during a thematic session. Meet us from 15 to 21 July!

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"Research in Germany" information seminar on opportunities for researchers in mathematics, São Paulo, Brazil

Interested in doing a PhD or postdoc in Germany? Meet the "Research in Germany" team at the General Assembly of the International Mathematical Union in São Paulo on 31 July 2018 to find out more about PhD programmes, funding opportunities and much more. Please register until 26 July.

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"Research in Germany" at the International Congress of Mathematicians 2018 (ICM 2018), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

At the worldwide largest meeting of mathematicians, "Research in Germany" will be present at the exhibition hall, booths 39 & 40 and at satellite events. Visitors are welcome to get first-hand knowledge about research and funding options in Germany. Join us from 1 to 9 August!

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"Research in Germany" at the ACS National Meeting & Exposition – Nanoscience, Nanotechnology & Beyond, Boston, MA, USA

"Research in Germany" presents research and funding opportunities to join Germany‘s excellent research landscape in chemistry. Meet us at booth #2025 and at our Science Café from 19 to 23 August to hear of exciting places for chemical research and speak to testimonials.

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