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Upcoming DocDay

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20. DocDay

The Doctoral School "Molecular Biology and Biochemistry" (KFU) and the Doctoral School of "Molecular Bioscences and Biotechnology" (TU) presents the  July 6, 2018 at the Karl-Franzens University, Universitätsplatz 1, lecture hall HS03.01

 

Organizers:

KFU: Markus Eder and Krishna Padmandahba Das as well as

TU: Stefan Grabutschnig and Christian Rapp

 

Invited guests:

Prof. Dr. Franz Hagn (Technical University of Munich, Helmholtz Center Munich, Germany)" Phospholipid nanodiscs: a versatile tool for structural biology"

Dr. Janet Vonck (Max Plank Institut für Biophysik, Germany) "ATP synthase: a remarkable molecular machine

Dr. Manuel Eibinger (Technical University Graz, Austria)"Single-molecule study of oxidative enzymatic deconstruction of cellulos"

Career talk:
Michael Freidl and Remo Taferner (University of Graz) "Start-up incubation and technology transfer services at the University of Graz"

 

Program

 

 

 

Please do not forget to enrole at LV 647.014 at UGonline

 

 

 

DocDays

The DocDay symposium is offered every semester for all students of the molecular biosciences at the University of Graz and the Graz University of Technology.  Students have the opportunity to give a seminar or present a poster about their research projects to a very large audience.  The scientific program also typically includes guest speakers and a selection of Doctoral School alumni to discuss career choices. DocDay is entirely student organized. All speakers, including international guests are chosen by the students.  DocDay symposia are made possible by financial support from NAWI-Graz, the DK Molecular Enzymology and ACIB.

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Contact

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Institut für Molekulare BiowissenschaftenHumboldtstrasse 50/ 3, 8010 Graz

Univ. Prof. Dr. Karl Gruber
+43 (0)316 380 - 5483

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