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Science and Society
Friday, 15 November 2019, 14:00Add to calendarNo More Second-Class Scientists: Why Supporting Great Scientists Worldwide is Key to Our FutureNina Dudnik, MilliporeSigma, USAHost: Andrew Mc CarthyIBS Seminar Room, EMBL Grenoble
Abstract: The urgency of global collaboration in science is greater than ever. Meeting the challenges of this century from climate change to feeding a growing population to stopping pandemic diseases requires a truly global and interconnected scientific workforce. The number of journal articles including members from multiple countries and the range of countries represented have both expanded over the last 30 years. However, scientists in low- and middle-income countries still face considerable hurdles in participating in these global collaborations, and in accessing the resources they need to pursue important research. We will discuss ways in which researchers in Europe can directly support the strengthening of scientific infrastructure and training in developing countries, participate in international collaborations, and increase the visibility of global scientists. Ultimately, this level of engagement will increase access for everyone to important areas of study with enormous potential for scientific and social impact. Talented scientists are everywhere. Ensuring they have the tools to put their talent to work is within our reach.
EIPOD Seminar
Friday, 22 November 2019, 10:30Add to calendarStructural studies of the yeast mitochondrial RNA degradosomeMichal Razew, International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw, Poland, , PolandHost: Wojtek GalejEMBL Seminar Room, EMBL Grenoble
EIPOD Seminar
Friday, 22 November 2019, 11:00Add to calendarAdvancing Mass Spectrometry Methods for Integrative Structural Modelling of Protein SystemsDaniel Ziemianowicz, Schriemer Lab at the University of Calgary, CanadaHost: Stephen CusackEMBL Seminar Room, EMBL Grenoble
EIPOD Seminar
Monday, 25 November 2019, 10:30Add to calendarUnderstanding amino acid transport on a molecular levelKatharina Jungnickel, EMBL Hamburg, GermanyHost: Wojtek GalejEMBL Seminar Room, EMBL Grenoble
EIPOD Seminar
Monday, 25 November 2019, 11:00Add to calendarStructure of editosomes associated with different mRNAsAleksandr Ivanov , Federal Research Centre "Fundamentals of Biotechnology" of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian FederationHost: Eva KowalinskiEMBL Seminar Room, EMBL Grenoble
External Faculty Speaker
Thursday, 5 December 2019, 11:00Add to calendarTo be announcedSilvestro Conticello, Institute for the Study and Prevention of Cancer, ItalyHost: Eva KowalinskiEMBL Seminar Room, EMBL Grenoble