Experience the state of the art in science and receive valuable information about current trends in life science research.
Textbooks teach "from DNA to RNA to protein", but this dogma is now long obsolete. MDC researchers are investigating the function of non-coding RNAs in neurons, using as a model a human brain grown in a Petri dish, a so-called brain-organoid or mini-brain. Through experiments, demonstrations and lectures you will experience the state of the art in science and receive valuable information about current trends in life science research.
The training takes place in the group of Prof. Dr. Rajewsky, Systems Biology of Gene Regulatory Elements, and is part of the program for .
Target group: High school teachers
Registration via email to
MDC Berlin-Mitte (BIMSB)
Hannoversche Str. 28