Tag: coronavirus


Stuck in Barcelona, thinking of Zakho and Verona INVITE Blog

As many INVITE fellows, Ahmed Salih is in Spain with his family, but he is worried about his relatives and friends all around the world. Not only the virus, but also feelings and thoughts can cross the borders.


All together to build an inclusive society INVITE Blog

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.


A literature scholar just needs books and isolation! INVITE Blog

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).


We will remove the Coronavirus’s crown! INVITE Blog

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.