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Employee / PostDoc (m/f/d), “Caucasus Plant Biodiversity: Taxonomic checklists for the countries of the South Caucasus”, Freie Universität Berlin, Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin (BGBM), Berlin, GermanyJuliane Teapal2021-05-27T12:42:30+01:00
6 PhD positions (m/f/d), “Graduate program: Quantitative Plant Sciences”, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Jülich, GermanyJuliane Teapal2021-05-27T12:41:08+01:00
2 PostDoc positions (m/f/d) “Computational and RNA Biotechnology”, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Plant Science Centre, Copenhagen, DKJuliane Teapal2021-05-27T12:38:45+01:00
PhD scholarship, University Rostock, Institute for Biosciences, Group: Physiology of Plant Metabolism, Rostock, GermanyJuliane Teapal2021-05-27T12:37:26+01:00
PhD Student (f/m/d) – in the field of plant nutrition and physiology , IPK Leibniz Institute, Gatersleben, GermanyJuliane Teapal2021-05-27T12:31:05+01:00
Post-Doc/Associate Scientist – Molecular Pre-Breeder, The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center, Texcoco, MexicoJuliane Teapal2021-05-27T12:28:06+01:00
Each year on the 18th of May plant scientists around the globe organize events with goal to get as many people fascinated by plants as possible. Each country celebrates the birthday in a different way. "Take a Seed" is the topic of the Netherlands this year; you can join an online talkshow or take a picture sitting on a three meter high "green" chair on the Plain in The Hague.
The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) selects Prof. Dolf Weijers as one of the new membersJuliane Teapal2021-05-17T18:25:29+01:00
Each year the KNAW selects 23 new members (including three foreigners). This year Professor of Biochemistry Dolf Weijers was selected based on his scientific as well as on his scholar achievements. Both, the Wageningen Science Café and the Wageningen Young Academy was set up by Dolf. All members are appointed for life time.