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Event Brief: IBM Open AI Summit, 26.09.18

It is rare that private companies, especially such behemoths as the IBM, open its highly secured revolving doors (and elevators, and conference rooms, and yes, it does feel like every broom storage is protected better than any number of University... Continue Reading →

Event Brief: Another take on the International Congress of Neuroethology, 15-20 July 2018

On the neuroethological diversity of species By Martin Spacek Edited by Kate Sytnik Why do we study particular animal species? The typical answer to this question is simple: convenience. A handful of species have emerged as those predominantly used in... Continue Reading →

SciKit: Key Scientific Design Lessons from the inPharma Workshop with Dr. Verena Resch, Part I

This year the enterprising inPharma organization committee made extra effort to turn the annual one day gathering into a two-day event. Theory was followed by practice this time. On Wednesday, the attendees enjoyed a symposium and on Thursday, September 6th,... Continue Reading →

Event Brief: International Congress of Neuroethology, 15-20 July 2018

A gentle (but unforgettable) reminder of why I work in Neurobiology By Margarete Überfuhr Edited by Kate Sytnik Like many PhD students, I regularly face moments in my daily routine when I ask myself: “Why the hell am I doing... Continue Reading →

Event Brief: inPharma, 05.09.2018

The weekend janitors know you by name. Your skin colour is gaining resemblance to that inimitable pale beige-gray colour of a turnip. There's no progress to speak of in your experiments. In this vulnerable state, the devil of industry might start... Continue Reading →

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