Barbara Corelli explains how the unique format of a sceintific exchange retreat proved to be a great success!Read More
In this most interesting report, Mariann Landsberger considers society perceptions of scientific discoveriesRead More
Palma de Mallorca, the frontier between the academic and the entrepreneurship (4th INBIONET workshop)
Sylviane Yoba explains how she will benefit from the knowledge accumulated during her final INBIONET workshopRead More
Barbara Corelli's latest blog addresses questions surrounding the "bacterial capsule"Read More
Barbara Corelli gives us an insight into how her INBIONET experience has enabled her to become involved with science at a local level - as a member of StaPa.Read More
Read why Barbara Coreilli's Belfast secondment has left a lasting impression.Read More
Sylviane Yoba shares her learnings after completing the 3rd INBIONET workshop at EPFLRead More
Vienna to Dublin: A successful INBIONET secondment focused on investigating Interferon production in response to bacterial infections
reflects on his 4 month INBIONET secondment at Trinity College Dublin, where he embarked upon the investigation of the induction of interferons in response to S. pyogenes in human immune cells in the lab of Andrew Bowie.Read More
The latest report fromgives us an insight into the new yeast superbug - Candida auris.
Marton Janos explains how carrying out a PhD as part of the INBIONET network is very different from many other PhD programmes.Read More
Davide Massa shares the views of 2 secondary school students who had the opportunity to spend one week in the lab of Professor Andrew Bowie at Trinity College Dublin. Davide reflects on how he found the opportunity to supervise these students a rewarding experience.Read More
Taking a closer look at Defective Interfering genomes Francisco Dominguez investigates if they do indeed protect us against viral infections.