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European Calcified Tissue Society Congress 2013

Lisbon, Portugal
18 May 2013 - 22 May 2013

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European Calcified Tissue Society Congress 2013, 18 - 22 May 2013; Lisbon, Portugal

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Genomics and proteomics as emerging technologies in bone research

Uitterlinden Andre G

The quantum leaps in scientific progress have frequently come from technological innovations, which can be referred to as the technology push. In the life-sciences this has been exemplified by the emergence of all kinds of ‘omics’ technologies reflecting the capacity to analyse complete and complex molecular mixtures in a hypothesis-free approach, also known as ‘fishing expeditions’ by more sceptical fellow scientists. Such approaches have been developed fo...

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How to manage your research time and team

Hesse Eric

Being efficient and productive in research is frequently linked to a structured organization of the available research time. This applies to any individual scientist including PhD students, Postdocs, or PIs. In particular PIs but also to some extend more senior Postdocs have a responsibility for more junior scientists and in the case of PIs even of an entire research team. This does not only require overseeing and organizing his own time but also the time and workload of other...

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Getting started as a post-doc

Rauner Martina

The first step to getting started as a post-doc is finding an appealing post-doc position. Be proactive and begin the search and application process early. One of the most critical aspects to think about is the research area. It should be something that excites you and something where you can imagine to work in for the next couple of years. Once you have decided on a research area, you can start thinking about choosing an adviser. The adviser has great power to help build a ca...