The event is presented by the Association for Postdocs in Natural Sciences at Université de Lausanne. We invite all members of the Faculty of Biology and Medicine at UNIL to submit images for a scientific art competition. A selection will be presented at our new location!
Pop-up Gallery Spot2B, Lausanne.
Vernissage: 14th October 2019 @18:00h.
Join us for an exhibition celebrating the beauty of science and all the hard work behind it!
The exhibition will be open until November 2nd at the Pop-up Gallery Spot2B.
This year we will give you the opportunity to create your own artworks during the last two days of the exhibition. In collaboration with the UNIL public lab, L’éprouvette / Université de Lausanne, we will provide workshops in the gallery with microscopes as well as a photo-printer available on site. Bring your own sample and make your very own Figure 1.A.!
All copyrights reserved by the authors of the images and FBM UNIL.
A Women Strike will be taking place this Friday 14th June 2019 in Switzerland!
Indeed, on 14th June 1991, around 500’000 women across Switzerland united to demand substantial improvement in regards to gender equality. As we are still waiting for this to happen at many levels, women wish to reinforce their demand and call all members of the community to join on 14th June 2019.
As a Doctoral student, you also have the right to strike, because striking is a right in the Swiss law!
If you wish to join the strike, ADAS is organising a “workshop” starting from 15h30 at the CHUV (Room SAMOS at the PMU, see map below) to prepare banners and signs for the Women Strike march!
Also, most people taking part in the strike will be wearing purple or pink coloured clothes, so check your wardrobe!
For more details, keep reading below.
During May 20-22 2019, researchers across 24 countries will be sharing their discoveries with you in their local pub, bar or cafe.
Pint of Science is organised by a grass-root community of thousands of scientists across the world – come and meet us over a drink.
Learn all about the Pint of Science here and make sure to check the Lausanne program here!