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DC Diaries #1

DC Diaries #1 – Jeremie Marlhens Welcome to the SYNSENSO DC Diaries. In this series of blog posts, we share our experiences as Doctoral Candidates in the SYNSENSO networks – highlights, challenges, secondments and what makes us tick outside of research. Enjoy! Hello!  I’m Jeremie Marlhens, the first Doctoral Candidate (DC1) of the SYNSENSO Doctoral […]

Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2024

Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2024: A SYNSENSO Perspective On this International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2024, we at SYNSENSO are proud to join the global community in celebrating the critical role that women and girls play in science and technology. This year, the International Day of […]

1st Annual SYNSENSO week

SYNSENSO Team

Follow-up: 1st Annual SYNSENSO Week Last month, the 1st annual SYNSENSO week was hosted by SYNSENSO partner University of Rome Tor Vergata in the picturesque and historic city of Rome. Doctoral candidates, PIs, and representatives of associated industry partners from across the SYNSENSO consortium came together for a week of innovation, collaboration, and shared insights. […]

Meet the SYNSENSO DC outreach team!

Introducing: SYNSENSO Outreach Support Team As SYNSENSO, a European MSCA doctoral network, we are committed to communicating and disseminating our science, project results and outcomes. We created the outreach support team to bring our science closer to society. The outreach support team comprises four of our DCs that will share news about the project, results, […]

Cell-free Introduction Days: SYNSENSO DCs meet in Darmstadt

Cell-free Introduction Days: SYNSENSO DCs meet in Darmstadt From March 20-23, 2023 the SYNSENSO consortium gathered for the SYNSENSO cell-free Introduction Days hosted by TU Darmstadt. The four-day meeting was held alongside the International Synthetic Biology Workshop, organised by The Centre for Synthetic Biology (TUDa). Besides various interesting lectures from renowned experts within the field […]

Upcoming: SYNSENSO cell-free Introduction Days

SYNSENSO cell-free Introduction Days From March 20-23, 2023 the SYNSENSO consortium will get together for the SYNSENSO cell-free Introduction Days hosted by TU Darmstadt. The four-day meeting will be held alongside the International Synthetic Biology Workshop, organised by The Centre for Synthetic Biology (TUDa).  The meeting will be kicked-off by an introductory session hosted by […]

SYNSENSO officially kicked-off!

SYNSENSO officially kicked-off! On October 14, 2022, the SYNSENSO consortium got together for a half-day virtual kick-off meeting, setting the tone for the upcoming years of joint research and collaboration.   Last week, over 20 members of the SYNSENSO consortium gathered to officially kick-off the new Horizon Europe MSCA-DN SYNSENSO. After an introductory session hosted by […]

Press Release: SYNSENSO – A game change in biosensing

A game change in biosensing: European MSCA Doctoral Network SYNSENSO to start in September The new Doctoral Network SYNSENSO funded within the framework of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA), sets out to develop novel combinatorial biosensors for diagnostics in healthcare, environmental and bioprocess monitoring. The project starting in September 2022 is led by the Technische […]

MSCA Doctoral Network SYNSENSO receives funding

Green light for SYNSENSO The SYNSENSO Doctoral Network coordinated by TU Darmstadt is developing a new generation of modular biosensors. The European Commission has now awarded the network a total of 2.7 million euros of funding as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action. (c) – TU Darmstadt. SYNSENSO is coordinated by Professor Heinz Koeppl (left).   To […]