The COVID-19 outbreak obliges researchers to change their plans (like everybody), but it can become the occasion to reflect on how to build an inclusive society. Here is the story of Mohammad Rafiqul Islam.
Today is Dantedì in Italy, that is Dante Day. And INVITE celebrates Dante too, with the 'dantesque' Ehishe Charents.
We continue the series of posts from our INVITE fellows spread all around the world. Here we have a short message by Hasmik Vardanyan, who is spending a training period abroad at the University of Notre Dame (Indiana, USA).
Here we have another experience about doing research during the COVID-19 emergency. Samaneh Najafi, INVITE fellow in Biotechnology, tells us a delicate story about a crowned prince to be dethroned together with a caricature.
We share the impressions and thought of Aboubakr Mohamed Salama, an INVITE fellows who is currently in the USA for a training period.
Did you know that the Marie Curie Alumni Association has its own blog? It is a blog for scientific researchers edited by the community of researchers who have benefited or are benefiting from Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions.
Heidi Heller and Tiziana Aureli are the speakers of the next seminars, respectively on Wednesday 19 and Thursday 20 February. We are waiting for you! Here all info!
Are you a Marie Sklodowska-Curie fellow? Then the Call for MSCA2020.hr Awards is for you. Hurry up: the deadline is on 8 March (new deadline)!
The Marie Curie Alumni Association organises its 7th General Assembly and Annual Conference in Zagreb, Croatia on 28 and 29 March 2000
The second INVITE annual seminar took place in Verona on 4 December 2019. The focus was the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers, in brief HRS4R. Here you can find a summary.