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Passionate about Life Science, I am interesting in how a brain develops. Everyday as a neurobiologist, I experiment, read, learn, discover, and see beautiful things under my microscope. I joined the Pint of Science adventure to bring Science out of the Lab and share my enthusiasm.
I am 29-year old portuguese researcher, currently doing my PhD at the Max-Planck-Institute for Infection Biology (Berlin) in the topic of infection-driven carcinogenesis. Enthusiast about science communication, I am proud of being part of the Pint of Science team and motivated for the new projects a...
I‘m a PhD student in the field of Neurobiology at the FU Berlin. I love to connect with people, learn about exciting new ideas and findings and spread my fascination for science, especially Neuroscience. I am relatively new to the field of science communication and think that Pint of Science is the ...
I graduated in journalism and worked as a science journalist - that's how I got passionate about science communication. Now, I work as press officer for an NGO in the educational field. I'm happy to be part of the Pint of Science team and continue getting other people curious about science.
Jun Hon Pang
I am a biomaterial scientist, currently working as a postdoc. I believe that public engagement and effective science communication is as important as doing great science! I got to know Pint of Science since my studies in London - whats better than talking science and get inspired in a friendly atmos...
I'm a vertebrate paleontologist from Berlin, with a strong interest in adult education, women in STEM and science communication.
With Pint of Science, I finally have the perfect platform to make science more accessible for everybody and to share my passion and excitement with likeminded people.
I am a vertebrate paleontologist at Museum für Naturkunde Berlin. When I am not busy looking at ancient bones, I have a great interest in science communication. I joined Pint of Science to take part into this great adventure and bring science to the masses!