Science & SciLifeLab Prize Symposium 2019: Roads to Research Excellence
Don’t miss this year’s Science & SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists’ Symposium, Roads to Research Excellence, where you will:
* Meet the Prize winners and learn about their research
* Hear Lou Woodley's (Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement) thoughts on community-building within science
* Listen to presentations on SciLifeLab Scientific Highlights
Register on: https://scienceprize.scilifelab.se/symposium/
Tid: To 2019-12-12 kl 09.15 - 13.00
Plats: Aula Medica, Karolinska Institutet
In order to promote young scientists early in their careers, SciLifeLab and AAAS/Science magazine have joined forces in creating the Science & SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists.
The Prize is awarded annually to four recent PhD graduates for outstanding life science research. Don’t miss this scientific symposium where you will meet the winners and hear about their award-winning research in the following categories:
• Cell and Molecular Biology
• Genomics, Proteomics and Systems Biology
• Ecology and Environment
• Molecular Medicine
At this year’s symposium, Roads to Research Excellence, the winner presentations are accompanied by Lou Woodley (Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement) who will share her thoughts on community-building within science in her keynote presentation "Strong community, strong science - towards a community-led vision of science”. There will also be presentations of SciLifeLab Scientific Highlights.
Thursday, December 12, 2019
From 09:15 to 13:00
Aula Medica, Karolinska Institutet
Read more and register on: https://scienceprize.scilifelab.se/symposium/
SciLifeLab is a national hub for molecular biosciences run by KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm University and Uppsala University. About 200 research groups, 1 500 researchers and 40 national infrastructure facilities are associated with SciLifeLab.