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October 2018 – Newsletter "Research in Germany"

How biomedical engineering is shaping the medicine of tomorrow

Dear {NAME[std:Reader]},

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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From prosthetics to regenerated organism

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Blood vessels from a bioreactor

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Career & funding

 
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Cranks or heroes? Conspiracy theories through the eyes of a scholar

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Current calls


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PhD and Postdoc Matchmaking South Korea

Closing date for registrations: 14 November 2018


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Grants from the Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard-Foundation

Application deadline: 30 November


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Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers

Applications can be submitted at any time.


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Just asking... Dr Gansen-Ammann, do muscular men have better career prospects?

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Dr Gansen-Ammann, do muscular men have better career prospects?

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Upcoming events


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"Research in Germany" at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience

3 to 7 November 2018, San Diego, USA


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"Research in Germany" at the Science Online Career Fair

7 November 2018


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

11 November 2018, Mexico City, Mexico


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"Research in Germany" information seminar "Doing a postdoc in Germany"

12 November 2018, Tel Aviv, Israel


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Number of the month

40 kilometres per hour

That's the sort of speed that winds can reach in Hamburg's HafenCity district. Scientists are using their latest findings to compile computational models for use in urban planning.

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Get updates

Get updates about research career options and funding opportunities in Germany, the latest research news, interesting research projects and upcoming events.

 
 
Editors

German Academic Exchange Service – DAAD

Section K22 – International Research Marketing

Dr Katja Lasch

Kennedyallee 50, 53175 Bonn

+49 (0)228-882-146

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Final editing and translation

FAZIT Communication GmbH

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Publisher

Federal Ministry of Education and Research

Heinemannstraße 2, 53175 Bonn

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