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Aurélie Carlier nominated for New Scientist Award

Aurélie Carlier has been nominated as 1 of 3 candidates from Maastricht University for the 2020 New Scientist Science Talent ("Wetenschapstalent") Prize.

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Christmas time at MERLN!

Every year MERLN organizes a legendary Christmas lunch where "country teams" prepare a typical dish from their country. Check out some of the pictures here.

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Three Horizon2020 projects about to kick off

Three new Horizon2020 projects will start in 2020. MERLN is the coordinator of cmRNAbone and a partner in JOINTPROMISE and PREMSTEM.

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MERLN PhD symposium big success!

On Friday December 6th, the 4th annual MERLN PhD symposium was organized. A big thank you to all of the speakers, our sponsors, and of course the organization tea

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MERLN Outreach: Lecture at Technologietafel

Erik Vrij, postdoc at the IBE department, gave a lecture at the Technology Table ("Technologietafel") event in Helmond. MERLN supports this initiative by giving lectures on regenerative medicine, with a special focus on the work done at our institute.

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One PhD student and two research technician positions available

One PhD student and two research technician positions are available at MERLN as part of the Synthetic Embryo project.

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The SINERGIA project is looking for PhD students

SINERGIA is a project funded by the EU in the framework of the H2020 Innovative Training Networks program. 15 PhD student positions are available in the consortium.

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MERLN is one of the first users of Medace

Medace is committed to bringing innovative (bio)medical concepts to the market and patients faster and MERLN's Aart van Apeldoorn is one of their first customers. (Picture: Aart van Apeldoorn, left, and Danielle Curfs, right, picture by Chris Duxbury)

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