On Thursday, 27/28th April, 12 pm to 6 pm
In this meeting the students of the IRTG will present their projects, listen to invited speakers, discuss with the PIs from the SFB902 and enjoy a green lab workshop.
Our goals for this year’s Spring School are the following:
- Get and provide feedback to the PhD and postdoc projects of all CRC902 projects
- Learn about the Science of our ‘biological’, ‘chemical’ and ‘technological’ groups of the SFB902
- Vote for the Price of the best talk
- Transmit the passion about different aspects of RNA research
- Strengthen the bonds between all early career scientists of the CRC902
We are looking forward to see you there!
On Thursday, 18 February 2021, 3-5 pm
This meeting was designed to get to know each other and talk about general topics as well as the current research in the SFB. For this purpose, breakout sessions of 4-6 people were created. In the first part the following questions were discussed:
1. How did the current pandemic influence your work?
2. Where do you see yourself in the future?
3. What experiences did you make supervising interns?
The main part of the meeting was a power point karaoke where the students of the IRTG exchanged presentations and gave each other’s talks. The positive and non-threatening atmosphere during that session significantly enhanced the discussion during and after each talk.
We thank everyone for the participation and the great scientific exchange!
On Wednesday, 3 February 2021, 3-5 pm
The purpose of this meeting is to introduce the IRTG and our new SFB902
website, to get to know each other, to collect ideas, expectations and
wishes for the IRTG and all upcoming events, e.g. the Spring School.
On Thursday, 4 February 2021, 4pm
Speaker: Dr. Christina Weinberg (Universität Leipzig) will give a talk as part of the “Biologische Kolloquium”:
“Screening for self-cleaving ribozymes using RNA-seq and deciphering their biological roles“
Meeting-ID: 850 9592 3051
On Thursday, 26 November 2020, 4 pm
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Andrea Rentmeister (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster) will give a talk as part of the first virtual “Biologische Kolloquium”:
“Chemo-enzymatic modifications to investigate and control mRNAs”