In the new BMS master course 'Moving Science-using film in science communication' master students will have to make a short film on a scientific subject. And what better subject than a PhD project?
Course coordinator Paul van Laere is looking for PhD candidates who want to participate. Participating in this course means you will be interviewed and a short video will be made of your project. This will cost you around 2-4 hours. Important is that you’re in Nijmegen and available at least the first weeks of November. Students can choose the topic, so signing up does not necessarily mean you will be chosen.
If you are interested, or if you want more information, please contact the RIHS PhD council and we will put you in contact with the course coordinator: PhDcouncilRIHS@radboudumc.nl.
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