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  1. Michela Massimi and Niki Vermeulen secure funding from the Royal Society of Edinburgh

    14.10.21 | The grants are part of the £1.8 million RSE Saltire Research Awards.

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  2. Flaminia Catteruccia becomes Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator

    08.10.21 | The immunologist plans to use the accompanying funding to develop new and better antimalarial drugs.

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  3. Uta Frith: ‘The ability to reflect on our thoughts – I call it the human superpower’

    27.09.21 | What is it about humans that makes us so good at social interaction and what happens when it goes wrong? We spoke to Emeritus Professor of Cognitive Development Uta Frith DBE about her upcoming book What Makes Us Social and what she’s learned from a long career at the forefront of autism and dyslexia research.

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  4. Madeline Lancaster awarded 2021 Vallee Scholarship

    24.09.21 | The biologist is recognised for her work on cerebral organoids or ‘mini-brains’, grown from human pluripotent stem cells and used to model human brain development.

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  5. Jane Hillston and Julie Welburn awarded medals by the Royal Society of Edinburgh

    15.09.21 | The AcademiaNet members received their medals for outstanding work in computer science and cell biology, respectively.

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  6. Daniela Grunow and team win funding for new DFG Research Unit on the consequences of social change

    09.09.21 | The new Research Unit will investigate how changing social structures affect individual views, beliefs and behaviours in today’s Germany.

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  7. Christiane Helling becomes new director of the Space Research Institute of the ÖAW

    31.08.21 | The astrophysicist will among other things lead the institute through its contribution to ESA’s VOYAGE 2050 programme.

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  8. Anja Boisen lands 6 million DKK in funding from the Novo Nordisk Foundation

    30.08.21 | With the grant comes the title of Distinguished Innovator, making the renowned health tech researcher and nanotechnologist an ‘ambassador for innovation’.

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  9. Karin Jacobs elected Vice President of the German Research Foundation (DFG)

    12.08.21 | The experimental physicist is one of four new appointees to the Executive Committee of Germany’s largest research funding body.

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  10. Anneli Kaasa: ‘My hypothesis is that different theories just group the same cultural elements in somewhat different ways’

    09.08.21 | It’s time to take a clear-headed look at the way we study culture, argues Anneli Kaasa, Professor of Social and Cultural Studies in Economics at the University of Tartu. For a subject of such crucial importance to governments and businesses around the world, there is too much confusion—both for researchers and the public.

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