EMBL in Denmark 2021: Enzymes of the future

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Technical University of Denmark

Anker Engelunds Vej 1 Bygning 101A

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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All life scientists, EMBL staff, alumni and networks are invited to EMBL in Denmark 2021: Enzymes of the future

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This free two-day event includes a diverse group of speakers from Denmark, recent Novozyme Prize winner Peer Bork and a keynote lecture from Bernard Henrissat. The event will focus on enzymes, structural enzymology and scientific services. It will also include information on the newly launched DANEMO (Danish research support centre and communication platform with the mission to raise awareness of EMBL and EMBO opportunities), a poster session and opportunities to make new connections and broaden your network over coffee breaks and lunch.

Masters students and fellows from Danish institutions are especially encouraged to attend Day 2 as there will be sessions that focus on careers in Denmark and at EMBL. Travel funding is available, so please visit the “Travel Awards” tab on the event website.

This event is open to all and includes coffee breaks and lunch. Space is limited so please register as early possible to secure a spot.

Click here to for the full programme and list of speakers.

DANEMO travel awards for students & postdocs

Eligible applicants: Students and postdocs attending the meeting may apply for a DANEMO travel award. Applicants must be affiliated with a Danish institution to be eligible for funding.

Travel award amount

The travel support funds can cover up to a maximum of 1500 DKK.

The travel support fund award must be used for travel expenses, such as train tickets, car pools (list names of participants joining, 1.9 DKK per km), bridge or ferry, and/or overnight expenses at hotel with “statsaftale”. N.B.: No meals can be covered.

Application deadline

Participants who wish to apply for the DANEMO travel award must send their application to DANEMO coordinator Karen Bech-Pedersen (karenb@mbg.au.dk) as a single pdf document by Friday 19 November 2021 at 12:00 (CEST).

Successful applicants will be notified by Friday 26 November 2021.

Application requirements

– The application pdf must include a short description (max. one page total) expressing i) your interest in the DANEMO workshop and EMBL alumni meeting, ii) an outline of requested expenses to cover*, iii) your employment category (student, PhD student, or postdoc), and which Danish institution and department you are affiliated with.

– In addition, a short CV (one page) and a list of publications, preprints and other scientific disseminations (posters, talks) must be included.

– A support letter from your mentor/supervisor is optional

*Expenses requested covered must be documented (in the application) with a description of the travel from A to B (for travel expenses), and a receipt for the expense added (in the reimbursement request after the event).

Travel amount payout

Reimbursement of expenses will take place after the event.

Date: 3 - 4 Dec 2021

Location: Other

Venue: Technical University of Denmark (DTU) Building 306, Auditorium 33

Mission of DANEMO

DANEMO is the Danish research support centre and communication platform with the mission to increase attention to the numerous opportunities at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) and the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) for career paths, funding, and scientific services such as core facilities, databases, instruments, and large-scale facilities. EMBO and EMBL opportunities are relevant to everyone in the Danish research communities within life sciences in both academia and industry, from undergraduates to senior scientists!

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