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  • Equal Opportunity

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    BIH Diversity Week

    From May 27-31, 2024, the BIH is organizing a Diversity Week for the first time. With the Diversity Week, we want to celebrate the inclusive research and work culture at the BIH, raise awareness of…

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  • ConferenceCell Biology/Single Cells

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    ISCO - Innovations in Single Cell Omics

    ISCO conference for single cell researchers from diferent disciplines, co-organized by leading centres for genomic and biomedical research in Berlin and Barcelona.

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  • SeminarQUEST Center

    Using of Electronic Lab Books

    ELNs offer a number of advantages over traditional paper lab books. But what are these advantages and how can you as an individual or even a whole group use the ELN in a meaningful way? These and all…

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  • SeminarQUEST Center

    Using of Electronic Lab Books

    ELNs offer a number of advantages over traditional paper lab books. But what are these advantages and how can you as an individual or even a whole group use the ELN in a meaningful way? These and all…

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  • Equal Opportunity

    BIH Diversithon

    Create and edit Wikipedia articles together with experienced members of the WomenEdit Group Berlin to make Wikipedia more diverse! No experience necessary.

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  • Partner eventWorkshop

    BIH / MDC Course on Pluripotent Stem Cells

    Course on Handling and Maintenance of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells for scientists of Max Delbrück Center, Charité and the BIH. The training is jointly offered by the BIH Core Unit Pluripotent Stem…

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How did the Coronavirus influence research?

During the Corona pandemic, half a million researchers from more than 170 different fields published articles about the virus or the COVID-19 disease. Many of them were not really virus-experts, even automobile researchers published about Corona. In the new episode of the BIH-podcast, John Ioannidis, famous meta-researcher from Stanford and Berlin,…

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