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Dear Colleague, The Bill & Melinda Gates foundation is inviting grant proposals for the following Grand Challenges and Grand Challenges Explorations initiatives. The Grand Challenges family of initiatives fosters innovation to solve key global health and development problems. The application deadline is April 22, 2020. Accelerating Discovery for Non-Hormonal Contraceptives: Grand Challenges seeks new approaches and concepts for the characterization of contraceptive drug targets, the identification of active contraceptive compounds, and the development of novel and impactful research tools with the potential to revolutionize the field of contraceptive R&D. Improving Access to and Use of Safe and Appropriate Cesarean Section: Grand Challenges seeks ideas for interventions to address challenges related to cesarean section: increasing access to cesarean section where it is currently inadequate, increasing quality and safety of cesarean section to reduce iatrogenic harm to both mothers and newborns, and reducing rates of non-medically indicated cesarean section. Innovations in Materials…
The FEMS Get involved bulletin is out! Read the February issue with microbiology research, events and calls. CONTENT: 1. Volunteer survey results 2.  FEMS Summer School on Education 2020 3. Spring deadlines at FEMS 4. The 2020 Community Communications Survey 5. Coronaviruses: a paradigm of new emerging zoonotic diseases 6. Building communities.... Martijn van Veen 7. Read and Publish 8. Grant applications deadlines 9. Meet FEMS granteee.... Eva Pico Sanchez 10. FEMS Sponsored meetings 2020 We want to highlight especially the DEADLINE:  01.07.2020    Research and Training Grants  In the  FEMS Affiliates Letter of February 2020 you will read more about these grant opportunities, about the FEMS Summer School on Microbiology Education and many more interesting articles. The ÖGMBT has a very wide international network and is a member of several relevant scientific societies like FEMS. ÖGMBT members are automatically members of these societies and are entitled to benefits such as…
On February 13th and 14th more than 400 scientists from different countries and scientific backgrounds gathered together in Zurich for this year’s FEBS3+ Life Science Switzerland (LS2) Annual Meeting 2020 under the theme "Cells, Molecules and Organisms", including numerous scientists from Austria. It was the first time that this meeting was jointly organized with the German Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM), as well as the Austrian Association of Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology (ÖGMBT) - and it was a huge success. Students and Young Scientists A membership in the ÖGMBT brings a whole range of advantages already during your studies. This is reflected, among other things, in the large number of activities that enable to exchange and network with other students, young professionals and scientists across institutes and even across countries. As a Bachelor student I experienced this once more by getting the opportunity to participate at the…

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