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2016.12.22 | Talent development, PhD students

Be a part of the "Book A Scientist 2017"

The Book a Scientist scheme is part of the nationwide Danish Science Festival that takes place from 24 April to 1 May 2017. The annual Danish Science Festival is organised by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science and consists of more than 600 events and 75.000 visitors.

2016.12.19 | Talent development, PhD students

LinkedIn Seminar

Your LinkedIn profile is your professional face to the world! During this lecture Dennis Lam from LinkedIn will share his best tips and tricks to make your profile do the work for you. Main focus is on leveraging and expanding your network and perfecting your digital representation.  Furthermore you will get a guided tour of the…

2016.12.19 | PhD students, Talent development

GSST secretariat will be closed due to Christmas holidays

The GSST secretariat will be closed on Saturday 24 December 2016 to Sunday 1 January 2017 (both days included) due to Christmas holidays. GSST wishes everyone happy holidays!

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PHD DEFENCES

Uffe Krogh Larsen

2017.03.01 | PhD defence

Mammary nutrient uptake and output of high-prolific sows

PhD defence, Wednesday 1 March 2017. Uffe Krogh

Thomas Leegaard Andersen

2017.02.24 | PhD defence

Palladium and Carbon monoxide in a modern chemical setting

PhD defence, Friday, 24 February 2017. Thomas Leegaard Andersen

Jens Kvist Madsen

2017.02.24 | PhD defence

Protein-surfactant interactions in industrial applications

PhD defence, Friday, 24 February 2017. Jens Kvist Madsen.

Stine Højlund Pedersen

2017.02.24 | PhD defence

Snow-cover dynamics and variability drives ecosystem processes across multiple spatial scales in Greenland

PhD defence, Friday 24 February 2017. Cand.scient. Stine Højlund Pedersen

Mira Ursula Okshevsky
Listeria bacteria (red) cluster around clumps of DNA (green). This sticky DNA helps to hold Listeria biofilms together, making them vulnerable to removal by DNA-degrading enzymes.

2017.02.24 | PhD defence

Sticking Together: How food-contaminating bacteria form multicellular communities on surfaces

PhD defence, Friday, 24 February 2017. Mira Ursula Okshevsky.

Hongfei Yin

2017.02.24 | PhD defence

Combining palladium and carbon monoxide – providing compounds containing carbonyls

PhD defence, Friday, 24 February 2017. Hongfei Yin

Hans Christian Høiberg

2017.02.21 | PhD defence

Nucleic acids nanodrugs - are we there yet?

PhD defence, Tuesday, 21 February 2017, Hans Christian Høiberg

Henrik Korsgaard

2017.02.20 | PhD defence

Making Place With Technology Together

PhD defence, Monday 20 Februar 2017. Henrik Korsgaard.

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