The corona crisis has an impact on our research every day. We understand that you are worried about what this means for you and your research, for example when and how experiments can be restarted, or whether temporary contracts can be extended.
Therefore we organize a webinar specifically aimed at researchers. We would like to update you on everything that is going on and to give you the opportunity to ask the questions you have.
Date webinar for researchers announced: 22 April 20.00 hrs.
In order to be able to include the results of the press conference on 21 April in our update to you, the webinar will be held one day later on Wednesday 22 April at 20.00 hrs. Every researcher will receive an invitation per e-mail with the date and the login details.
Topics for the webinar
Do you have specific topics or questions that you would like to see reflected in the webinar? Let us know via email@example.com.
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