Leopoldina Symposium Class II Life Sciences
On May 26th the Leopoldina - German National Academy of Science - will discuss Current Achievements in Life Sciences. New Academy fellows will speak about their work - including two iDiv members: Dr. Katrin Böhning-Gaese (Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre (BiK-F), Frankfurt Main) and Prof. Dr. Susan Trumbore (Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena).
If you like to attend the Symposium, you can register under the following link: http://www.leopoldina.org/de/lebenswissenschaften-2016. The symposium is free of charge.
Founded in 1652, the Leopoldina brings together some 1,500 outstanding scientists from about 30 countries. It is dedicated to the advancement of science for the benefit of humankind and to shaping a better future. In its role as the German National Academy of Sciences, the Leopoldina represents the German scientific community in international committees. It offers unbiased scientific opinions on political and societal questions, publishing independent studies of national and international significance. The Leopoldina promotes scientific and public debate, supports young scientists, confers awards for scientific achievements, conducts research projects, and campaigns for the human rights of persecuted scientists. https://www.leopoldina.org/en/leopoldina-home/