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Visit from China

In June, we welcomed over 30 selected doctoral students from China at ImmunoSensation². The junior scientists visited Germany as part of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). Part of their visit was an introduction to the most outstanding research locations in germany. We offered insights into several core facilities at the cluster of excellence and brought the aspiring joung researchers into contect with ImmunoSensation² researchers on site.

The Lindauer Nobel Laureate Meetings will take place this year for the 72nd time from June 25th to June 30th. The thematic focus alternates annually between the three scientific Nobel Prize disciplines of physiology and medicine, chemistry and physics. The topic of this years conference is physiology and medicine. The participants had to go through a lengthy application process in order to participate in the conference. This year, also junior scientists from ImmunoSensation² were selected to participate in the renowned meeting.

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