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10.05.17, 18:28 Katrin Reininger

Dear friends and supporters,

we are very excited that - also thanks to your amazing support - in the next days the first I, Scientist conference finally will take place. Before the official start of the conference we warmly invite you all to join our kick-off event:

A Science Slam at the Technical University of Berlin, tomorrow evening (Thursday 11th of May).

The focus here is not on the scientific value but more on the way of presenting it. The aim is to reach the hearts and minds of the audience, which is also the jury that selects the winner of the evening.
The entry is free, you can bring your own drinks or help yourself at our minibar where we offer beer, soft drinks,...

Date & Time: Thursday, 11 May, 8:00 pm (Entrance opens at 7:30 pm)
Venue: TU Berlin, main building
Room: H 1058

We have six exciting talks from different fields of the natural sciences with the following topics:

  • To Locate the Rewards: Can Reinforcement Learning Help Me from Getting Lost? (Psychology) Dian Anggraini, Department of Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
  • The fascinating evolution of Plate Tectonics (Geology) Anouk Beniest, University Pierre et Marie Curie Paris
  • Superheroes and what they have to do with the immune system (Biology) Julia M. Braun, Center for Chronic Immunodeficiency (CCI), Medical Center – University of Freiburg
  • Cellwars: neutrophil NETs (Immunology) Jyaysi Desai, Nephrology Centre at LMU Klinikum Munich
  • Mein Glück der Erde liegt auf dem Rücken Trojanischer Pferde – How Greek Mythology Influenced My Scientific Career (Chemistry) Karoline Walker, Institute of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Free University Berlin
  • Primates and Us: Everything comes down to poop (Biology) Doris Wu, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology


I am looking forward to seeing you tomorrow evening. Of course you are invited spread the word about the Science Slam to anyone interested and to bring friends with you.

Best wishes,
Your I, Scientist Team