Night Science – A workshop on the creative side of the scientific process

In this in-person workshop, participants learn and practice different tools for the generation of scientific ideas. Sessions explore, for example, how anthropomorphic language unlocks intuitive brain capacities; how new questions can be identified by honing in on contradictions as well as how a hypothesis can be a liability for making new discoveries. Each of the seven sessions is integrated with exercises, allowing the participants to practice the tools for creative scientific explorations.

Itai Yanai & Martin Lercher have developed the course together. Martin Lercher will be hosting the session on-site at HHU.

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Professor of Computational Cell Biology, Institute for Computer Science & Dept. of Biology, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany
Professor of Biochemistry, School of Medicine, New York University, USA
Register via this website to join the in-person workshop:

Postdocs, junior research group leaders

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