This March our ESR4 James Clubb gave a scientific workshop to a group of five to seven year old students at an international kindergarten in Helsinki, Finland. In a new STACCATO ESR blog post, James shares insights from his experience and looks back on an exciting day with a ”new generation of scientists”. Are you […]
On 08 April 2022, Filippos Theofilos Charitidis (ESR9) received 3rd place in the Langen Junior Science Award for his publication on “Monitoring CAR T cell generation with a CD8-targeted lentiviral vector by single-cell transcriptomics”. The Langen Junior Science Award is awarded annually in recognition of particularly significant publications by young scientists of the Paul Ehrlich […]
“Video is the next wave, and scientists must be prepared for it,” says McKee in her know-how for scientists, The Scientist Videographer. YouTube is a particularly relevant platform because of its enormous reach: it is the second most accessed website worldwide (Alexa, 2020), where 2 billion registered users watch videos monthly. Recognizing the potential that […]
The MSCA Falling Walls Lab is a world-class pitch competition, networking forum, and a stepping stone for the next generation of researchers, innovators, trailblazers, creators, and visionaries. The Falling Walls Lab MSCA competition will take place in one week, online-only on 30 September 2021. Join it to see STACCATO ESR, Kelly Blust pitching her innovative idea […]
Our Wiki is online! You can now find explanations for terms related to STACCATO on our website. The content is produced by our ESRs and PIs and will continue to grow. We have also introduced a search function to the website so you can easily search the Wiki and our entire website for the information […]
Our Coordinator, Dr. Colin Clarke, will act as an expert at the MSCA 2020 – Achieving more together on 29 September 2020. The conference has chosen two main topics: “Synergies between the MSCA and European Universities Initiative” and “Supervision of the MSCA and beyond”. Colin will contribute as an expert to the Workshop “Perspective of […]
The second industry-academia networking event took place from 22 to 26 June 2020. The situation regarding COVID-19 has necessitated the STACCATO network experience to be transitioned from an in person to an online event. This had the biggest impact on the social activities that would have normally taken place after the lectures. Nevertheless, Brian and […]
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the STACCATO check meeting with our REA Project Officer had to be held online. Despite the unique circumstances, the meeting turned out to be very successful. Our ESRs have once again shown off their high-quality presentation skills and impressed PIs and the REA Project Officer alike. The discussion about the […]
The STACCATO ESRs have started their own blog over at www.staccato-esr.eu. The blog is entirely set up and maintained by the STACCATO ESRs and will feature post about their lives as Marie Sklodowska-Curie fellows, their individual research projects and anything else that might interest the ESRs and the readers.
The STACCATO network has held its first industry-academia networking experience at the Coordinator NIBRT’s facilities in Dublin, Ireland. The event included scientific modules and the first BioPharma Focus Event on Recombinant Therapeutic proteins. It was also the first chance for all ESRs to meet in person and to present their individual research projects to each […]
The first annual STACCATO industry-academia network experience will take place at the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research & Training in Dublin, Ireland, from 18 – 22 November 2019. There, all of the ESRs will get to meet each other for the first time. The programme will include team building activities, the presentation of the individual […]
Whilst some of our ESRs have already started their positions and further young researchers will start soon, our partner BD is still taking applications. You can find all important information about the position and how to aply in the open positions section.