Science without communication is pretty useless. This pertains to communication within the scientific community as well as communication with society, usually the major sponsor of basic research.
We take efforts in explaining to the non-scientific audience what we do in the lab and why it matters. Particularly, we address young kids and high school students who embody the next generation of scientists and innovators. Different means of outreach include:
- -Workshops and talks at high schools (Young Science Ambassador program)
- -Acceptance of high school student internships
- -Contributions to the public Long Night of Research in Vienna
- -Youngscience.at Themenplattform (theses database for Austrian high school students)
High school interns in the Bergthaler lab (2012- )
Long Night of Research. April 4 2014
Please take a look at this website if you want to find out more about our research. For more questions, ideas or suggestions do not hesitate to contact us directly. Thank you!
- Club biotech – A Story of Success. Pichlmair A. and A. Bergthaler. Veterinary Sciences Tomorrow. (2004) Link PDF
- Club biotech–How Students Can Make a Difference. A. Bergthaler. Science. 2002 Jul 19;297(5580):295. Link PDF
- Broaden your horizons: a step-by-step guide to organising your own internship. A. Bergthaler. Science. 2002 Oct 11, 298 (5592). Part 1: Link PDF. Part 2: Link PDF
- TV documentation about CeMM. alpha-Academy – Wissenschaft und Forschung im Gespräch – CeMM – Das Forschungszentrum für Molekulare Medizin. Bernhard Hain. Alpha Österreich / BR-alpha. 04.04.2011. Link