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  1. Anu Noorma elected new head of the Estonian Research Council

    04.03.21 | The professor of physics starts her five year term on April 1st.

  2. Henrike Lähnemann on networking nuns and medieval and modern knowledge exchange

    22.02.21 | Professor Henrike Lähnemann of the University of Oxford is working on medieval nuns, their textual communities and networks. We talked about what academic exchange can learn from them.

  3. Justyna Olko secures nearly €2 million for five-year project

    15.02.21 | The ethnologist, historian, and sociolinguist will explore multilingual communities across four continents.

  4. Janet Rossant wins the 2021 ISSCR Achievement Award

    04.02.21 | The developmental biologist has made key contributions to stem cell research.

  5. Stephanie Kath-Schorr: ‘I dream of an expanded genetic alphabet’

    21.01.21 | Professor Stephanie Kath-Schorr is passionate about nucleic acids. AcademiaNet spoke to her about her dreams for the future, both in terms of science and the further promotion and inclusion of women in academic institutions.

  6. Hydrogeologist Gudrun Massmann to be part of new Research Unit funded by DFG

    14.01.21 | Professor Massmann will study the complex biogeochemical reactions taking place at beaches.

  7. “When you look at a neuron, you have to bow down”

    17.12.20 | Professor Erin Schuman talks to AcademiaNet about studying the body’s most complex cells and how she became a champion of women in neuroscience.

  8. Anja Boisen awarded the Knight’s Cross by Danish Queen Margaret II

    10.12.20 | The honour was given as a recognition of Prof. Boisen’s contribution to innovative drug delivery.

  9. Ruth Lehmann wins the 2021 Vilcek Prize in Biomedical Science

    03.12.20 | The developmental cell biologist receives the honour for her ground-breaking work on reproductive cells.

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