MTZ®-MPI-Award 2020 to Dr. Sergiy Velychko
Good-bye to Sylvia Krüger who leaves CiM-IMPRS after 10 years
On 15 April 2019, CiM-IMPRS assistant Sylvia Krüger had her last day in the office. She had started to work for the program exactly 10 years ago when the grad school just had 6 PhD students! She strongly contributed to the growth and success of the program over the following years. Everybody valued her for her excellent work, kindness and continuous support for the students. On her last day the students gave her a warm Good-Bye. We all wish her the very best for her future.
Münster's knowledge freshly tapped, 14-16 May 2018 in Münster
On three consecutive evenings, researchers from the University of Münster will be talking about their work – in bars and restaurants. Visitors will have an opportunity to “tap” researchers’ knowledge and, of course, to chat with them. Li-Ming Lee, Paul Schauerte, Irina Suarez, and Abhiyan Viplav (alphabetical) initiated the event to promote the dialogue between science and society. They are organizing it together with the “Science Communication” team of the Cells-in-Motion Cluster of Excellence.
Clemens Hug receives the MTZ-MPI-Award
Pint of Science, Münster, 15-17 May 2017
Hello everyone, We are 3 PhD students from the CiM-IMPRS graduate school and want to invite you to an event that we are currently organizing. It is called Pint of Science (PoS) and its aim is to provide a platform for scientists to share their science with the public. This is done in the relaxed atmosphere of a bar while enjoying a beer. The idea was developed by two postdocs in London a few years ago and it now has spread into 12 countries with more than 60 cities. This year, PoS will take place for the first time in Münster from 15th to 17th of May. For the duration of the event, six experts from three different fields of science will explain the latest news from their research. We would love to see you there and hope you will spread the news to your labmates, friends, and everyone possibly interested! Irina, Li-Ming, and Paul
Podcast series: Scientific life