SciLifeLab Solna organizes an internal symposium every year to highlight the diversity of research topics at our institute. Various group leaders at our campus will present the work. Apart from group leaders, PhD students and postdocs are encouraged to present their mature work too. The PhD and postdoc council selects the presentations of these junior scientist from online abstract submission.
In 2021, Science talks were held on June 14th – 16th 2021 in a virtual format.
Campus Solna Seminar
This is a weekly institute-wide seminar series seminar held every Thursday at 13-13:50h to bring together scientist from different floors and different buildings. Two PhD or Postdoc speakers present their ongoing (unpublished) projects. This seminar offers an opportunity to exchange ideas across disciplines and areas of research, and a chance for PhD students and postdocs to present their work and get feedback. Moreover all academic staff can quickly become acquainted with the latest technologies and know-how that the institute can offer, and will also stimulate interdisciplinary collaboration. To join the presenting schedule, discuss this initiative with your group leader, he/she can sign you up. We strive that every researcher at our campus can present here.
See here the upcoming talks.
At the “Biology At Most” seminar we invite speakers from all types of life science career paths. They will share their visions, perspectives and expertise in their field in a relatively informal environment. The talks will be announced via email approximately one week before and you can find details of our upcoming talks on the SciLifeLab Community page.
PhD Intro Seminar
Are you a new PhD Student at SciLifeLab? Are you feeling lost when you hear words like LADOK, ISP or don’t know how and when to sign up to courses? Or do you wonder how to transfer credits from summer schools, conferences and how things work with the half-time seminar? We host PhD introductory sessions. Older students from KI, SU and KTH will give a brief overview of topics related to the administration of PhD studies at your University and are available to answer questions.
Keep in mind that the information given in this event is not binding and you should always contact your respective school for official information. Nonetheless, we hope to give you a sense of orientation in the PhD-jungle and a platform to (digitally) meet both older students and other recently started PhDs at SciLifeLab. You can also check out our “useful links” page or drop us an email and we will try to help you as best as possible.
If you want to be always up-to-date about our events, then download our Google Calendar