Neurons – Network of neuronal cells (Blue: nucleus; Red: neurons) [Copyright: Institute for Transfusion Medicine, UK Essen]
The 13th Internal Meeting on May 6 and 7 2022 will be the first major face-to-face event of the Stem Cell Network NRW since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Great prospects for the German stem cell community: Several major conferences will be held in Germany in the coming years, some in NRW!
On March 31, 2022, the Stem Cell Network NRW will host a Dialog Event Between Politics, Medicine, Law and Ethics at the Goethe-Museum in Düsseldorf.
Once more numerous stem cell scientists took the opportunity to participate in the virtual talks of the StN Spotlight Series in order to exchange information on new publications, (unpublished) research results or to learn more about new institutions and working groups of the network.
The international action day on stem cell research once again raises high attention. Most of the offers of the fifteen participating research institutions from North Rhine-Westphalia are already booked out.
A consortium of researchers led by Professor Jay Gopalakrishnan from Düsseldorf has succeeded in producing brain organoids that already have an eye-like structure in the petri dish.
For the second time already the Stem Cell Network NRW is offering a three-part workshop series to help young scientists preparing for the next steps in their career.
A new sub-page of the Stem Cell Network NRW provides structured information on various diseases and the respective state of research.
On August 30, a joint information event was held by the networks Medizin.NRW and Stem Cell Network NRW to provide information on funding opportunities for transferring research and development results into new products, processes, and services.
Following the establishment of the joint structures, the EuroGCT has begun work on the content of its own information offering. The first results of the initial work steps are already planned for this year.
Research institutions in North-Rhine-Westphalia will open their doors to give interested secondary school students a whole day's worth of insights into stem cell research again in 2022.
Also in 2021, the Stem Cell Network NRW offers targeted support for young scientists to prepare them for the next steps in their career and future management tasks.
In cooperation with the Cluster Medizin.NRW, the event will provide a brief overview of funding opportunities for start-ups and programs supporting technology transfer.
The date is fixed: The 13th Internal Meeting of the Stem cell Network NRW will take place on May 6 and 7 2022 at the Akademie-Mont-Cenis, Herne.
Save the Date: The next worldwide action day on stem cell research - UniStem Day - will take place on 11 March 2022.
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