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  1. SNSF will run AcademiaNet

    05.12.19 | More women in scientific leadership positions - this is the goal of AcademiaNet, the European database listing outstanding women researchers. As of January 2020, it will be run by the SNSF.

  2. AcademiaNet at a crossroads – a look back and future perspectives

    18.12.18 | The Robert Bosch Foundation (RBS) has founded AcademiaNet and funded the platform from the beginning. They now have to end the funding at a time when AcademiaNet starts to gain momentum. We spoke with Dr Katrin Rehak-Nitsche, Senior Vice President for Science and Research at the RBS, about the situation.

  3. "We are missing out on a lot of potential…”

    17.12.18 | Interview with AcademiaNet member Eva-Maria Feichtner

  4. Narcissism: not only an individual failing

    14.12.18 | Interview with AcademiaNet member Agnieszka Golec de Zavala

  5. Film and television tell children who can be scientists

    26.11.18 | Roles on the screen largely reinforce the message that scientists are white men.

  6. Learning from big data how life works

    20.11.18 | 

    Interview with AcademiaNet member and ERC grantee Natasa Przulj, Professor of Biomedical Data Science at UCL.

  7. Max Planck-Humboldt Research Award for Catherine Heymans

    16.11.18 | British astrophysicist received award worth EUR 1.5 million

  8. Sustainability is a 'top priority' for chemists

    08.11.18 | 

    A group of chemicals known as bi-metallics could help the pharmaceutical industry become more environmentally friendly by cutting the amount of energy used to produce drugs, according to Professor Eva Hevia from the University of Strathclyde, UK, who says that sustainability is a top priority for chemists.

  9. Taking Neuroscience Research from the Laboratory into the Classroom

    30.10.18 | Interview with AcademiaNet member Nienke van Atteveldt

  10. AcademiaNet member Antje Boetius receives German Environmental Prize along with Leipzig Waste Water Experts

    25.10.18 | Marine biologist Prof. Dr. Antje Boetius and an interdisciplinary team of wastewater experts from Leipzig will each receive half of the 2018 German Environmental Prize award by the German Federal Environmental Foundation (Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt, DBU). German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will present the award this week on 28 October in Erfurt.

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