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Thursday, 07.06.2018

7th International Bioeconomy Conference 2018

For further information see: www.bieconomy-conference.de

Wednesday, 06.06.2018

7th International Bioeconomy Conference 2018

For further information see: www.bieconomy-conference.de

Monday, 04.12.2017

Bicycle Cinema: Food Evolution

The Leibniz-ScienceCampus Halle – Plant-Based Bioeconomy and the Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK) kindly invite you to the bicycle cinema screening of the documentary film FOOD EVOLUTION.

Monday, December, 4th, at 7pm

IPK, Lecture Hall

Corrensstrasse 3, Gatersleben

Free entry

 

ABOUT THE FILM

From Academy Award nominated director Scott Hamilton Kennedy and narrated by esteemed science communicator Neil deGrasse Tyson, FOOD EVOLUTION is set amidst a brutally polarized debate marked by fear, distrust, and confusion: the controversy surrounding GMOs and food. Traveling from Hawaiian papaya groves to banana farms in Uganda to the cornfields of lowa, FOOD EVOLUTION wrestles with the emotions and the evidence driving one of the most heated arguments of our time.

Film run-time: 92 minutes.

Here you can find the trailer.

 

ABOUT BICYCLE CINEMA

At the bicycle cinema, the power required for the film projector is generated by up to eight bicycles equipped with special dynamos. Visitors to the movie are called upon to step on the pedals to make the film projector work. Thus, the movie night is not only a particularly environmentally friendly and sporting experience, but above all a great fun.

We are looking forward to welcome you.

Wednesday, 13.09.2017

N-term 2017: Conference at the IPB

The IPB will be hosting the N-term 2017 conference from September 11th to 13th, 2017. Organizer and IPB Junior research group leader Dr. Nico Dissmeyer invites researchers around the topic of N-end rule proteostasis. Find more information at nterm2017.org.

Tuesday, 12.09.2017

N-term 2017: Conference at the IPB

The IPB will be hosting the N-term 2017 conference from September 11th to 13th, 2017. Organizer and IPB Junior research group leader Dr. Nico Dissmeyer invites researchers around the topic of N-end rule proteostasis. Find more information at nterm2017.org.

Monday, 11.09.2017

N-term 2017: Conference at the IPB

The IPB will be hosting the N-term 2017 conference from September 11th to 13th, 2017. Organizer and IPB Junior research group leader Dr. Nico Dissmeyer invites researchers around the topic of N-end rule proteostasis. Find more information at nterm2017.org.

Friday, 09.06.2017

Plant Science Student Conference 2017

At the Leibniz-Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB), on of the founding members of the WCH, will take place the Plant Science Students Conference 2017. 

Come and join the 13th PSSC, a conference exclusively organized by PhD students for PhD students. It offers great opportunities to talk about your work, discuss your results, get to know new and interesting people, and get insight into topics and questions you might have not been aware of before. It is called the Plant Science Student Conference but we highly encourage PhD students from all related fields such as chemistry, bioinformatics, biochemistry, or agriculture to apply and to profit from the benefits such an interdisciplinary conference offers.

Since this is a student conference, we want to emphasize that also first year PhD students or others who do not have final results should apply. You might get some good ideas and suggestions on how to proceed and boost your research.

Last years' PSSCs, which also took place at the IPK in Gatersleben, saw participants from a wide range of different institutes and countries presenting posters and talks with topics spanning from chromosome evolution in Arabidopsis to bioinformatics, from transgenic spruce and apple trees to plant immunity.

Besides talks and posters presented by the participants also guest speakers will be invited who will give you an impression about the wide range of plant sciences.

Where: IPB Halle (Saale)
When: 06.06.2017 - 09.06.2017
Fee: 60 €
Registration start: 30.01.2017
Registration deadline: 17.04.2017
Contact: pssc@ipb-halle.de

Registration at http://msbi.ipb-halle.de/pssc2017/

Thursday, 08.06.2017

Plant Science Student Conference 2017

At the Leibniz-Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB), on of the founding members of the WCH, will take place the Plant Science Students Conference 2017. 

Come and join the 13th PSSC, a conference exclusively organized by PhD students for PhD students. It offers great opportunities to talk about your work, discuss your results, get to know new and interesting people, and get insight into topics and questions you might have not been aware of before. It is called the Plant Science Student Conference but we highly encourage PhD students from all related fields such as chemistry, bioinformatics, biochemistry, or agriculture to apply and to profit from the benefits such an interdisciplinary conference offers.

Since this is a student conference, we want to emphasize that also first year PhD students or others who do not have final results should apply. You might get some good ideas and suggestions on how to proceed and boost your research.

Last years' PSSCs, which also took place at the IPK in Gatersleben, saw participants from a wide range of different institutes and countries presenting posters and talks with topics spanning from chromosome evolution in Arabidopsis to bioinformatics, from transgenic spruce and apple trees to plant immunity.

Besides talks and posters presented by the participants also guest speakers will be invited who will give you an impression about the wide range of plant sciences.

Where: IPB Halle (Saale)
When: 06.06.2017 - 09.06.2017
Fee: 60 €
Registration start: 30.01.2017
Registration deadline: 17.04.2017
Contact: pssc@ipb-halle.de

Registration at http://msbi.ipb-halle.de/pssc2017/

Wednesday, 07.06.2017

Plant Science Student Conference 2017

At the Leibniz-Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB), on of the founding members of the WCH, will take place the Plant Science Students Conference 2017. 

Come and join the 13th PSSC, a conference exclusively organized by PhD students for PhD students. It offers great opportunities to talk about your work, discuss your results, get to know new and interesting people, and get insight into topics and questions you might have not been aware of before. It is called the Plant Science Student Conference but we highly encourage PhD students from all related fields such as chemistry, bioinformatics, biochemistry, or agriculture to apply and to profit from the benefits such an interdisciplinary conference offers.

Since this is a student conference, we want to emphasize that also first year PhD students or others who do not have final results should apply. You might get some good ideas and suggestions on how to proceed and boost your research.

Last years' PSSCs, which also took place at the IPK in Gatersleben, saw participants from a wide range of different institutes and countries presenting posters and talks with topics spanning from chromosome evolution in Arabidopsis to bioinformatics, from transgenic spruce and apple trees to plant immunity.

Besides talks and posters presented by the participants also guest speakers will be invited who will give you an impression about the wide range of plant sciences.

Where: IPB Halle (Saale)
When: 06.06.2017 - 09.06.2017
Fee: 60 €
Registration start: 30.01.2017
Registration deadline: 17.04.2017
Contact: pssc@ipb-halle.de

Registration at http://msbi.ipb-halle.de/pssc2017/

Tuesday, 06.06.2017

Plant Science Student Conference 2017

At the Leibniz-Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB), on of the founding members of the WCH, will take place the Plant Science Students Conference 2017. 

Come and join the 13th PSSC, a conference exclusively organized by PhD students for PhD students. It offers great opportunities to talk about your work, discuss your results, get to know new and interesting people, and get insight into topics and questions you might have not been aware of before. It is called the Plant Science Student Conference but we highly encourage PhD students from all related fields such as chemistry, bioinformatics, biochemistry, or agriculture to apply and to profit from the benefits such an interdisciplinary conference offers.

Since this is a student conference, we want to emphasize that also first year PhD students or others who do not have final results should apply. You might get some good ideas and suggestions on how to proceed and boost your research.

Last years' PSSCs, which also took place at the IPK in Gatersleben, saw participants from a wide range of different institutes and countries presenting posters and talks with topics spanning from chromosome evolution in Arabidopsis to bioinformatics, from transgenic spruce and apple trees to plant immunity.

Besides talks and posters presented by the participants also guest speakers will be invited who will give you an impression about the wide range of plant sciences.

Where: IPB Halle (Saale)
When: 06.06.2017 - 09.06.2017
Fee: 60 €
Registration start: 30.01.2017
Registration deadline: 17.04.2017
Contact: pssc@ipb-halle.de

Registration at http://msbi.ipb-halle.de/pssc2017/

Thursday, 11.05.2017

6th INTERNATIONAL BIOECONOMY CONFERENCE

The International Bioeconomy Conference, organised by the ScienceCampus Halle and the Leading-Edge Cluster BioEconomy, provides stakeholders with an ideal forum for learning about major developments, discussing innovation and establishes ties to representatives from their industry. The motto of the International Bioeconomy Conference 2017 will be “Circular Bioeconomy. Bio meets Economy – Science meets Industry”.

Besides flavours, fragrances, nutraceuticals, cereals and wood based products the conference also focuses on plant-based oils and value chains of the bioeconomy. France is this year’s partner country and will be presented with well-known speakers from research and business. In addition to that results and approaches of the Bioeconomy Model Region of Central Germany will be discussed in special subsessions.

The highlight of this year’s conference is a higher focus on networking opportunities such as on our networking dinner after the first conference day at 7:00 pm in the Moritzburg.

As a pre-event meeting you will have the opportunity to find out about funding, networking chances and important stakeholders in the European bioeconomy as part of the Lunch Lounge held on May 10 from 12:30 – 2:00 pm.

Participation is fee-based (50 €) but is free of charge for students and PhD but requires registration. As the number of participants is limited, approval of attendee follows a first-come-first-serve rule.

 

Date: 10./11. May 2017

Venue: Halle (Saale)

Full programme and registration: HERE

Wednesday, 10.05.2017

6th INTERNATIONAL BIOECONOMY CONFERENCE

The International Bioeconomy Conference, organised by the ScienceCampus Halle and the Leading-Edge Cluster BioEconomy, provides stakeholders with an ideal forum for learning about major developments, discussing innovation and establishes ties to representatives from their industry. The motto of the International Bioeconomy Conference 2017 will be “Circular Bioeconomy. Bio meets Economy – Science meets Industry”.

Besides flavours, fragrances, nutraceuticals, cereals and wood based products the conference also focuses on plant-based oils and value chains of the bioeconomy. France is this year’s partner country and will be presented with well-known speakers from research and business. In addition to that results and approaches of the Bioeconomy Model Region of Central Germany will be discussed in special subsessions.

The highlight of this year’s conference is a higher focus on networking opportunities such as on our networking dinner after the first conference day at 7:00 pm in the Moritzburg.

As a pre-event meeting you will have the opportunity to find out about funding, networking chances and important stakeholders in the European bioeconomy as part of the Lunch Lounge held on May 10 from 12:30 – 2:00 pm.

Participation is fee-based (50 €) but is free of charge for students and PhD but requires registration. As the number of participants is limited, approval of attendee follows a first-come-first-serve rule.

 

Date: 10./11. May 2017

Venue: Halle (Saale)

Full programme and registration: HERE

Tuesday, 09.05.2017

Workshop: Design Thinking Your Research

The ScienceCampus Halle offers within the scope of the 6th International Bioeconomy Conference 2017 an interesting workshop at the Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB, Weinberg 3, Kurt Mothes Saal) on 9 May from 13:30 to 15:30. Jonas Kühl from the Univations Gründer Service of Martin Luther University invites you to the "Design Thinking Your Research" Workshop.

This workshop provides a glimpse into the principles and application of design thinking as an approach for creative problem solving. The participants will learn about methods that encourage them to question traditional approaches to research-problem solving, in order to develop additional tools for their individual research.

The places for this workshop are limited. Participation is free of charge but requires registration. If you are interested, please register by e-mail to nadja.sonntag@sciencecampus-halle.de until April 13.

Tuesday, 07.03.2017

Bioeconomy Matchmaking "From the molecule to the market"

The ScienceCampus Halle - Plant-Based Bioeconomy (WCH) invites you to the Bioeconomy Matchmaking "From the Molecule to the Market" on March 7, 2017 from 9 am to 6 pm in the auditorium of the Martin Luther University in Halle (Saale).

In addition to attending the event, there is also the opportunity for you to present your company with a short presentation. With this free-of-charge event, the WCH would like to offer you the opportunity to expand your local network in the bioeconomy sector and to get to know researchers from the eleven WCH member institutions and entrepreneurs from the region.

About forty research topics and products are presented by leaders from the academic and economic sectors in brief impulse lectures. In addition to the specialist lectures, you will also receive specific support for entrepreneurs and researchers from the Research Promotion and Cooperation Unit of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg.

For your physical wellbeing will also be catered for.


Topics

• Plant genetics
• Plant nutrition
• Plant protection
• Plant breeding
• Plant production
• Plant materials, secondary substances and their biosynthesis
• Plant production of flavorings and active ingredients
• Biotechnological processes for the production of high-quality substances
• Consumer acceptance and political framework conditions
• Measures for a successful change to the bioeconomy
 

Registration

• For a ten-minute impulse presentation (12 February 2017)
• Participation at the event (deadline 28 February 2017)

The registration is made by e-mail to: anne-laure.tissier@sciencecampus-halle.de

 
Event

Bioeconomy MatchMaking Researcher Entrepreneur "From Molecule to Market"

7 March 2017

9 am-6pm

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
Universitätsplatz 11 | 06108 Halle (Saale) Show the delivery program
Lion building Auditorium

 

Tuesday, 03.01.2017

Symposium: Applied Chromosom Biology

Julius-Kühn-Hörsaal (E.02)
Theodor-Lieser-Str. 09
06120 Halle (Saale)

 

Lectures

08:00 – 08:45
Dr. Stefanie Dukowic-Schulze (Univ. of. Minnesota)
Unraveling meiotic chromosomes – from basic science on plant meiosis to applications in breeding

08:45 – 09:30
Dr. Sara Farrona (Univ. of Galway)
Regulation of plant development by chromatin remodeling and epigenetic mechanisms


09:30 – 10:15
Dr. Stefan Heckmann (IPK Gatersleben)
Can we harness meiosis for plant breeding?


10:15 – 11:00
Dr. Tony Heitkam (TU Dresden)
Repeats: the evolutionary tool box of plant genomes


11:00 – 11:45
Dr. Hua Jiang (Univ. of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala)
Reconfiguration of heterochromatin establishes postzygotic reproductive isolation in Arabidopsis thaliana


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Lecture


12:30 - 15:00
alle Bewerber je 30min
„150 years of Gregor Mendel´s rules and their impact on modern agriculture“

 

You can find all information summarized here.

 

 

 

 

Friday, 09.09.2016

BioEconomy Summer School 2016

From the 5th to the 9th September 2016 the ScienceCampus Halle organizes the BioEconomy Summer School.

The first two days of the summer school will be dedicated to lectures and one workshop and the three last days to soft skill trainings.

Conferences´ and workshop topics:
• Bioethics
• Good scientific practice
• Biodiversity
• High value products

Soft skill courses´ topics:
• Scientific writing
• Media training
• Rhetoric skills

Soft skill courses are directed at graduate students and postdocs.
Participation is expected for the entire program (two soft skill courses and all conferences).

You can find the complete program here.

For attending the complete summer school please apply also until 24th August 2016 at info@sciencecampus-halle.de

Participation is free of charge.

 

Thursday, 08.09.2016

BioEconomy Summer School 2016

From the 5th to the 9th September 2016 the ScienceCampus Halle organizes the BioEconomy Summer School.

The first two days of the summer school will be dedicated to lectures and one workshop and the three last days to soft skill trainings.

Conferences´ and workshop topics:
• Bioethics
• Good scientific practice
• Biodiversity
• High value products

Soft skill courses´ topics:
• Scientific writing
• Media training
• Rhetoric skills

Soft skill courses are directed at graduate students and postdocs.
Participation is expected for the entire program (two soft skill courses and all conferences).

You can find the complete program here.

For attending the complete summer school please apply also until 24th August 2016 at info@sciencecampus-halle.de

Participation is free of charge.

 

Wednesday, 07.09.2016

BioEconomy Summer School 2016

From the 5th to the 9th September 2016 the ScienceCampus Halle organizes the BioEconomy Summer School.

The first two days of the summer school will be dedicated to lectures and one workshop and the three last days to soft skill trainings.

Conferences´ and workshop topics:
• Bioethics
• Good scientific practice
• Biodiversity
• High value products

Soft skill courses´ topics:
• Scientific writing
• Media training
• Rhetoric skills

Soft skill courses are directed at graduate students and postdocs.
Participation is expected for the entire program (two soft skill courses and all conferences).

You can find the complete program here.

For attending the complete summer school please apply also until 24th August 2016 at info@sciencecampus-halle.de

Participation is free of charge.

 

Tuesday, 06.09.2016

BioEconomy Summer School 2016

From the 5th to the 9th September 2016 the ScienceCampus Halle organizes the BioEconomy Summer School.

The first two days of the summer school will be dedicated to lectures and one workshop and the three last days to soft skill trainings.

Conferences´ and workshop topics:
• Bioethics
• Good scientific practice
• Biodiversity
• High value products

Soft skill courses´ topics:
• Scientific writing
• Media training
• Rhetoric skills

Soft skill courses are directed at graduate students and postdocs.
Participation is expected for the entire program (two soft skill courses and all conferences).

You can find the complete program here.

For attending the complete summer school please apply also until 24th August 2016 at info@sciencecampus-halle.de

Participation is free of charge.

 

Monday, 05.09.2016

BioEconomy Summer School 2016

From the 5th to the 9th September 2016 the ScienceCampus Halle organizes the BioEconomy Summer School.

The first two days of the summer school will be dedicated to lectures and one workshop and the three last days to soft skill trainings.

Conferences´ and workshop topics:
• Bioethics
• Good scientific practice
• Biodiversity
• High value products

Soft skill courses´ topics:
• Scientific writing
• Media training
• Rhetoric skills

Soft skill courses are directed at graduate students and postdocs.
Participation is expected for the entire program (two soft skill courses and all conferences).

You can find the complete program here.

For attending the complete summer school please apply also until 24th August 2016 at info@sciencecampus-halle.de

Participation is free of charge.

 

Friday, 03.06.2016

INTERNATIONAL BIOECONOMY CONFERENCE 2016

The ScienceCampus Halle and the Leading Edge Cluster BioEconomy are joint inviting into the demonstrator region of the bioeconomy - Partner country 2016: BeNeLux

The INTERNATIONAL BIOECONOMY CONFERENCE will be held on 1st and 2nd of June 2016 at the Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) in Halle (Saale). Special attention on the fifth Bioeconomy Conference this year will be put on the bioeconomic developments in the BeNeLLux countries. The partner countries will be represented by numerous renowned speakers. Already for the second time the conference will be jointly organized by the ScienceCampus Halle – Plant-Based Bioeconomy (WCH), which had launched the conference in 2012, and the Leading-Edge-Cluster Bioeconomy. Therefore attractiveness and the national and international visibility of the region Saxony-Anhalt as a leading demonstrator region of the bioeconomy in Germany will be strengthened. Participation is free of charge but requires registration.

 

 

Thursday, 02.06.2016

INTERNATIONAL BIOECONOMY CONFERENCE 2016

The ScienceCampus Halle and the Leading Edge Cluster BioEconomy are joint inviting into the demonstrator region of the bioeconomy - Partner country 2016: BeNeLux

The INTERNATIONAL BIOECONOMY CONFERENCE will be held on 1st and 2nd of June 2016 at the Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) in Halle (Saale). Special attention on the fifth Bioeconomy Conference this year will be put on the bioeconomic developments in the BeNeLLux countries. The partner countries will be represented by numerous renowned speakers. Already for the second time the conference will be jointly organized by the ScienceCampus Halle – Plant-Based Bioeconomy (WCH), which had launched the conference in 2012, and the Leading-Edge-Cluster Bioeconomy. Therefore attractiveness and the national and international visibility of the region Saxony-Anhalt as a leading demonstrator region of the bioeconomy in Germany will be strengthened. Participation is free of charge but requires registration.

 

 

Wednesday, 01.06.2016

INTERNATIONAL BIOECONOMY CONFERENCE 2016

The ScienceCampus Halle and the Leading Edge Cluster BioEconomy are joint inviting into the demonstrator region of the bioeconomy - Partner country 2016: BeNeLux

The INTERNATIONAL BIOECONOMY CONFERENCE will be held on 1st and 2nd of June 2016 at the Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) in Halle (Saale). Special attention on the fifth Bioeconomy Conference this year will be put on the bioeconomic developments in the BeNeLLux countries. The partner countries will be represented by numerous renowned speakers. Already for the second time the conference will be jointly organized by the ScienceCampus Halle – Plant-Based Bioeconomy (WCH), which had launched the conference in 2012, and the Leading-Edge-Cluster Bioeconomy. Therefore attractiveness and the national and international visibility of the region Saxony-Anhalt as a leading demonstrator region of the bioeconomy in Germany will be strengthened. Participation is free of charge but requires registration.

 

 

Saturday, 09.05.2015
Friday, 08.05.2015
Thursday, 07.05.2015
Friday, 07.03.2014

REGISTRATION Plant Nutrition 2014 - From Basic Understanding to Better Crops

Welcome to the online registration system of the International Conference of the German Society of Plant Nutrition DGP2014 - from basic understanding to better crop

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Thursday, 06.03.2014

REGISTRATION Plant Nutrition 2014 - From Basic Understanding to Better Crops

Welcome to the online registration system of the International Conference of the German Society of Plant Nutrition DGP2014 - from basic understanding to better crop

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Tuesday, 18.06.2013

Barlomics Summer School

Are you interested in getting an overview over different methods which are essential when working in barley - or other plants?

Then join the BARLOMICS summer school, part of the Leibniz Graduate School "Yield formation in cereals - overcoming yield-limiting factors

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Monday, 17.06.2013

Barlomics Summer School

Are you interested in getting an overview over different methods which are essential when working in barley - or other plants?

Then join the BARLOMICS summer school, part of the Leibniz Graduate School "Yield formation in cereals - overcoming yield-limiting factors

Read more …