January 2021, ISSUE #9

ICGEB in the news

This bimonthly edition of the ICGEB Newsletter announces the Calls for Meetings & Courses for 2022 and for Principal Investigators at our China Regional Research Center in Taizhou, Jiangsu. We feature CRP Grant recipients, Science stories, and video-based training online as well as highlights from the Board. 

From the Director-General
Nature 30 Nov 2020: "Immunologist Federica Benvenuti investigates the guard dogs of the immune system while training young scientists from developing nations." Group leader in cellular immunology at the ICGEB in Trieste, Italy, Federica's story recently featured in the world’s foremost international weekly scientific journal. As an international research Organisation, this is the essence of what we represent.
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Apply now to host a scientific meeting in 2022. ICGEB provides support, organisation, and co-sponsorship for scientific events, and "Seeds for Science" meetings to build collaborative networks.  
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CRP Grant Awards
ICGEB Grants remain one of our most popular programmes and enjoy worldwide recognition. Here we present developments and highlights of the CRP Grants Programme from 2020.
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Work with us 
ICGEB is currently recruiting international Principal Investigators to lead research positions in New Delhi, India, and at the Regional Research Center in Taizhou, Jiangsu, China
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Video-Based Training
An online training module on the production process from the cell to purified Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient has been designed by the Biotech Development Unit. Access this rich eLearning platform.
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Off the press

STDF Funding for ICGEB Cape Town
The ICGEB Biopesticides Group, headed by Dennis Ndolo, is the lead implementing partner for a new project funded by the Standards and Trade Development Facility.
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ICGEB and Elettra Fellowships Agreement
ICGEB partners with Elettra to support scientists from developing countries through Arturo Falaschi Fellowships in structural biology, biophysics, life sciences, and biotechnology.
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Angola becomes an ICGEB Member State
On 16 December 2020, the Government of Angola acceded to the ICGEB Statutes to become the 66th Full Member State - and the 22nd African State of the Organisation.
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