Are you tired of all your exams or did you have a long day at the lab?
On the 5th of April 2019 our dear colleague and friend Professor Mathieu Noteborn has passed away. In January of this year he was diagnosed with bowel cancer. He underwent surgery followed by chemotherapy, and despite the invasive nature of this therapy things were looking up.
The adventure of iGEM Leiden has come to an end. The result: prizes for Best Therapeutic Project and Best Model, a gold medal, a successful crowdfunding campaign and of course their open-source research findings, which are available for the scientific community. Life Science & Technology student Carli Koster was part of the winning team.
The master’s programmes Chemistry and LST are both structured on an individual basis and well-embedded in the research at the faculty. Those are the main conclusions of the oral report at the end of the visit of the visitation panel on October 10th.
Within the Leiden Instiute of Chemistry, four additional PhD positions are avialable:
If you are planning to finish your last study component in July or August, you should read this announcement very carefully! The procedure in the summer is slightly different than normal.
The following PhD positions are currently available at the LIC:
Are you looking for a job or internship? Or do you want to increase your career perspectives after your graduation? Visit BCF Career Event 2018, the largest career fair for (PhD)-students, postdocs and (young) professionals in the sectors Life Sciences, Chemistry, Food and Pharma, on 24 May in Jaarbeurs Utrecht, the Netherlands.