Life sciences open their doors for engineers

EurekAlert  June 15, 2020 Research infrastructures are increasingly important to research and development activity by providing access to the latest detection, imaging, computational and research techniques at scale. To address this problem, EMBL developed Accelerator for Research Infrastructure Scientists (ARISE) Programme, funded by EU, for future research infrastructure scientists. During their three-year fellowship experienced STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) professionals will develop into future leaders in technology development and the operation of advanced life science research infrastructures in Europe. They will work on a wide range of research and technology development in the different areas including imaging, bioinformatics, data science […]