Following our last two events this year in Linz and Bristol we held a final event for 2017 in Berlin, Germany on October 27. For this event we again used the same style of format as we have for the Linz and Bristol cafés – namely smaller group sizes and more relaxed settings.
Dramatic misuse of antibiotics by doctors and as supplement in animal breeding has raised a great challenge of our time: antibiotic resistance. Since Alexander Flemming’s discovery of penicillin, a vast number of patients suffering from infectious diseases have been saved. But with the rise of antibiotic resistance, we face danger to both our as well as animal health.
2017 Science Cafés in Austria and UK
This June, Sandra (Biofaction) and I (ICL) went to Bristol to participate in the Science Cafe series organised by the British Science Association (Bath and Bristol branch) to talk about our project MycoSynVac. We enjoyed an interesting and pleasant evening at the Greenbank Pub, with about 15 people that came to discuss with us about the science and ethics involved in our project on engineering new vaccines.
On the occasion of the 2015 Open Day at the Parc Recerca Biomèdica Barcelona (PRBB) on 3 October 2013, the co-coordinator of MycoSynVac will contribute to the Science Café event at 7:00 p.m.: Maria Lluch (C
On the occasion of the 2015 Open Day at the Parc Recerca Biomèdica Barcelona (PRBB), the co-coordinator of MycoSynVac will contribute to the Science Café event at 7:00 p.m.: Maria Lluch (CRG) will join the
Second MycoSynVac Science Café @ Synenergene Forum, Nemo Science Museum, Amsterdam
June 25th, 2016