FEMS Affiliates Letter January 2020

Thursday, 06 February 2020 11:34
The new FEMS Affiliates Letter is out! Read the January issue with microbiology research, events, calls, job opportunities, and more... Issue includes: the FEMS Journals Best Article Awards for 2019. We want to highlight especially the DEADLINES: 01.03.2020 Meeting Attandance Grants Application 01.03.2020 FEMS Jensen Award Application 10.03.2020 FEMS Lwoff Award Nomination 15.03.2020 FEMS Summer School for Postdocs Application 15.03.2020 FEMS Conference on Microbiology Abstract Submission   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 travel grants, short-term and long-term fellowships, Awards etc. Current calls and deadlines are published on our webpage and are sent to our members within the ÖGMBT newsletter. Further info: https://www.oegmbt.at/ueber-uns/internationales

EFB Newsletter January 2020

Tuesday, 04 February 2020 04:10
Invited lecture slots still available until 6 April More than 100 Invited Lecture slots are available for registrants that submit excellent new work   Deadline for Congress abstract submission: 6 April 2020   Abstract submission Looking for publication opportunities? There will be three major opportunities to help you get your work published in leading international journals.   Publications workshop on Monday 29th June. Learn how to increase the chance that your research will be accepted for publication and why manuscripts are rejected.   Meet the Editors of the EFB Journal and other Elsevier journals who will answer your questions and provide advice.   Submit a publication to the Congress Special Issue. Participants are invited to submit research articles and reviews for a special issue of the EFB Journal, New Biotechnology, to be published after the Congress.   Register now to take advantage of these opportunities.   Special offer for group…
  As of January 2020, Lukas A. Huber, the President of ÖGMBT, will take office as Vice-President of VWGÖ, the Federation of Austrian Scientific Societies. The VWGÖ includes 220 scientific societies across all disciplines (Law, Economy & Social Sciences, Medicine & Pharmacy, Natural Sciences, Humanities, Basic and Integrative sciences, Fine Arts, Agriculture & Forestry, Theology etc.) representing 30.000 scientists. The VWGÖ was founded following World War II in order to revive the scientific community in Austria. Politics, industry and commerce and the broader public needed to be convinced that the foundation of scientific societies is indispensable for progress. Today the awareness raising and lobbying activities are needed more than ever, given shrinking public budgets for science. It was from this background, that the ÖGMBT took the strategic decision to nominate its President Lukas Huber, as Vice-President of VWGÖ.     Protest against Central Bank “Jubiläumsfonds” to be reserved only for…

Page 1 of 33