for future-oriented top-level research in biomedicine | nomination deadline: February 17, 2021Learn more
for outstanding basic research of young scientists | Submission deadline: February 17, 2021Learn more
In episode 2: Hyphen-Labs in conversation with John-Dylan HaynesLearn more
Artist talk — December 10, 2020
What does the "PushMi PullYu" exhibition have to do with neuroscience?
Press release — December 08, 2020
Von der Leihgabe zur Schenkung: Die Schering Stiftung hat das ehemalige Firmenmuseum des Berliner Pharmazie-Pioniers Schering AG der Stiftung Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin jetzt als Schenkung überlassen.
In her current research, the young scientist aims to investigate the significance of the inflammatory haematoma environment for the behaviour of bone marrow stem cells.
The vision of the young scientist is to train T cells to migrate through dense tissues to help improve the success rate of immunotherapies against cancer.
With his current investigations, the young scientist would like to support the development of therapies that aim to modulate the function of the T cells in a tissue-specific way.
Artist talk — November 25, 2020
Gain insight into the feminist, philosophical and technological aspects of the installation and learn how the love of science fiction was helpful in the process of conception.
Nominations for the award may be submitted to the Schering Stiftung until February 17, 2021
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