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WiNS Career Event: Women in Academia

Have you ever wondered what the opportunities and challenges are around a career in academia? Or just curious to listen to the journey of young researchers at ETH Zurich? Then[…]

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AVETH News 2023 is out!

Do you know how AVETH was representing you in the university politics recently? Which events did we organize? What were the highlights for Departmental Associations? With which other scientific staff[…]

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Citizen Science Summer School: Transforming research through public participation

What are the potentials of citizen science for increased dialogue between science and society? How can citizen science contribute to solving societal challenges and transforming science? These and other issues[…]

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Write for “life” Magazine – Has the culture of discussion at ETH improved?

ETH’s “life” magazine is focusing on rETHink in the next issue. For this, they are looking for people to write the For & Against column who either say: “Yes, the[…]

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ALEA Award 2023

The ALEA Award honours ETH members with an exemplary leadership style. This includes any group leader acting with responsibility, fostering inclusivity and prioritising the well-​being of their team members: by[…]

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Fix the Leaky Pipeline Kick-off event

The Fix the Leaky Pipeline (FLP) programme, a career building programme in the ETH Domain, will launch its annual programme by a Kick-off event taking place on February, 3rd 2023[…]

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iPSZürich lecture series

The induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lecture series brings together early-career researchers and experts working on exciting new innovations in the field. The main goal is to provide a forum[…]

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iPSZürich Symposium 2023 – abstract submission open!

On 14th of April, iPSZürich organizing committee will host a symposium to highlight advances in the field of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs). The goal is to bring researchers working[…]

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