What is it like to do research in times of the corona crisis? Three young scientists from the CiM-IMPRS Graduate Program in Münster, Germany, have recorded short video clips in which they share moments from their everyday life and give insights into how they are dealing with the situation.
Within this graduate programme, junior scientists from around the world are working towards their doctorates in biology, chemistry, mathematics, computer science and physics. They are carrying out research in the field of molecular and cellular dynamics with a particular emphasis on imaging technologies. The programme is run by a strong scientific network as reflected in the name: “CiM” stands for the Cells in Motion Interfaculty Centre at the University of Münster, while “IMPRS” stands for the “International Max Planck Research School” at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine.