“Institutes need to be aware of LGBTI+ issues”
Interview with Jan Klenke on IDAHOBIT
Today, LGBTI+ folks around the world and their allies observe IDAHOBIT – the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia, and Transphobia. As the Leibniz PhD Network, we would like to express our support for the community. To shed a light on LGBTI+ issues in academia, our Working Group Diversity conducted an interview with our Co-Spokesperson Jan Klenke.(more…)
1st Online Science Slam
Only a few days to go until our 1st online science slam!
We have seven doctoral researchers from seven different Leibniz institutes who will battle for the title.
Join us on Friday, 30 April 2021 at 5 pm on Zoom to hear their talks, learn something cool and vote for your favorite!
Your microbiota poopprint
German Rheumatism Research Center Berlin (DRFZ)
Go with the flow – how brains perceive motion
German Primate Center (DPZ)
DO NOT DISTURB – Age effects of interruption processing
Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors (IfADo)
Surviving the valley of death – New innovations in agriculture
Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATP)
Self control struggles and terrible shopping choices – A scientific analysis
German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
How to build a (not so intelligent) human brain
IHP – Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics
From Russia with love: tracking bats with stable isotopes
Cecilia Kruszynski de Assis
Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research
Invitation to the 1st Leibniz PhD Network Science Slam
Times have been tough on all of us and we all really need a little fun. This is why the working group ‘WG Communication’ is organizing a Science Slam event within the Leibniz PhD Network. We invite PhD candidates from all sections to participate in this event to teach others what their field of research is all about.
For the ones not familiar: Science Slams are a platform to communicate research in an entertaining way. Make people laugh, cry or amazed by the work you’re doing – similar to conference talks, but without the formalities and that one guy sleeping in the background.
- Who can participate? All doctoral researchers at Leibniz institutes or research museums. From all registrations, 10 speakers will be selected.
- Presentation format? English, 10 minutes
- When? Friday, 30 April 2020 – 5pm
- Where? Online – via Zoom
- How can you register as a speaker? Fill out this registration form until 30 March 2021
- Are there prizes for the winners? Yes, of course. And glory!
We hope to get speakers from all sections, so register and represent your institute! For all others, save the date and support your representing speaker. Winners will be voted by the audience.
Q&A with the 2019/2020 Steering Committee
The 2019/2020 Steering Committee answers questions about their experiences during the last year.