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Plant Proteomics PhD Course

PhD course: Communicating Scientific Research

ClimBEco PhD course (3 ECTS)
11-15 March 2013, Lund University 

Scientists are increasingly required to be effective science communicators to both their peers and non-experts, such as the general public, journalists and policy makers.

The ClimBEco Graduate Research School is offering a one week course to help PhD students develop the tools needed to communicate their research effectively.

Course title: Communicating Scientific Research
Course date: 11-15 March 2013
Location: Biology Department, Lund University, Sweden
ECTS Points: 3
Last date of registration: 20th January 2013
More information about the course is found here
Link to expression of interest
is found here

ClimBEco Research School students will be given priority for entering the course, but others are invited to join. The course is free. Participants not part of ClimBEco need to cover travel and accommodation costs.

PhD course: Innovations, patents, spin-off companies, negotiations, academia-industry, communications

GENECO PhD course
6 - 8 May, 2013, Lund University

What is an innovation within molecular bio-sciences, how can we protect and commercialize it? What is a patent? The answers are delivered at the GENECO course ‘Innovations, patents, spin-off companies, negotiations, academia-industry, communications' May 6-8 2013.

Apply latest April 22nd to course organizer Jure Piskur This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Biologihuset A, Sölvegatan 35, phone: +46 4602228373,


PCLS PhD courses 2013

PCLSThe collaboration between Plant Link and PCLS (Post graduate courses in Life Sciences) at Lund University continues also in 2013! All courses given by PCLS are available for PhD students from SLU Alnarp as well as from Lund University to apply for. Last day of application is 31st of May. Apply here.


PhD course: Understanding population genetics

GENECO PhD course
7 - 11 October 2013, Lund University

Population genetics, with its strict mathematical foundation, provides perhaps the sharpest analytical tool in biological research. This is used to answer questions in every aspect of population biology: from evolutionary correlations to software algorithms for genome analyses. To understand the strength of population genetics it is important to have worked through the most relevant mathematical derivations at least once. The course gives an introduction to the formal side of population genetics without loosing track of the biological relevance of the results.


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