Newsletter: October 2018

Research in the field of biomedical engineering is no longer aimed merely at replacing limbs but at regenerating all kinds of tissue and cells. Living replacement parts are set to shape the medicine of tomorrow. You can also read in this edition what a young American studies expert has found out about conspiracy theories, and why muscles improve men's career prospects. And last but not least, you can learn about current funding programmes and discover our number of the month.

IN FOCUS: Biomedical engineering

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UPCOMING EVENTS

"Research in Germany" at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, USA

From 3 to 7 November, the "Research in Germany" initiative will once again participate in the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN), and exhibit as part of a large joint booth titled "Neuroscience in Germany". This year’s SfN will be held in San Diego, USA.

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"Research in Germany" at the Science Online Career Fair

Learn more about your research options in Germany! Meet online with representatives of German universities and research and funding organisations on 7 November. Registration is possible until 5 November 2018.

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"Research in Germany" information seminar at the European Higher Education Fair "EuroPosgrados" in Mexico City, Mexico

In the framework of the „EuroPosgrados” you can learn more about your research opportunities in Germany. Talk to representatives of German universities at the World Trade Center in Mexico City on 11 November and find out about their programmes. Please register until 8 November.

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"Research in Germany" information seminar "Doing a postdoc in Germany", Tel Aviv, Israel

Interested in doing a postdoc in Germany? Looking for a suitable programme and funding opportunities? Join us at the Goethe-Institut in Tel Aviv on 12 November and talk to representatives of German research and funding organisations. Registration is possible until 8 November 2018.

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