Young researchers learn scientific and cultural understanding in a European network

by Birgit Trogisch Research Cooperation Manager (Brain Products) The Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ITN) represent a European initiative to improve the career prospects for young scientists through transnational networking mechanisms. Brain Products is involved in such a project named ACT – Action Research: Improving understanding and methodologies in early development. Dr. Vincent Reid teaching…

Fostering the next generation of scientists

by Birgit Trogisch Research Cooperation Manager (Brain Products) In the academic world, many institutes strive to host Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ITN) in order to improve the education of early-stage researchers (ESR) and make research careers more attractive to young people. We are confronted with an upcoming shortage of academics, especially in the MINT…