Swiss Young Immunology Society Symposium 2023, on Aug. 23, in Bern (CH)

The SYIS is thrilled to open the registration to the SYIS Annual Symposium! This year, the event will take place on August 23, 2023 in the Auditorium Ettore Rossi at Inselspital (Bern).
Attendees will have the chance to join excellent immunological talks, present their posters in interactive sessions and network with immunologists from all over Switzerland. 
This event is open to both SYIS and non-SYIS members, and we encourage scientists from all career stages to attend. Registration is possible until August 1, 2023, while abstract submission will close on June 30, 2023 at 23.59.
You can register and find more information here.

Pint of science, May 22-24, 2023 from 7pm

Linh HO, Hann NG and Martino UGOLINI and other scientists, among which several DBC members, are organising 3-talk seminars in 3 different pubs for 3 evenings in a row!

For instance, on Thursday 22nd of May, you can attend 3 talks on “Faster, better, stronger: robotics and AI” at the Side walk café from 7pm – only the beverage are charged.

Further information on the 3-day event here:

BioInnovation Day 2023: A Day dedicated to Innovators and Investors in the field of Life Sciences, May 11, 2023 at the Agora Aud. (CHUV)

BioInnovation Day is a technology showcase and partnering event that provides investors and industry representatives the opportunity to learn about the most innovative life science projects originating from academic institutions in Western Switzerland and to directly interact with the most prominent and entrepreneurial academics of the region.

Organized by the Technology transfer offices PACTT and UNITEC, representing the universities and hospital of Lausanne (UNIL et CHUV) and Geneva (UNIGE et HUG), the BioInnovation Day 2023 will take place from 9am to 5pm on May 11th, 2023 at the Auditorium AGORA on the CHUV Campus in Lausanne

For registrations and information : BioInnovation Day

Tel :    079 556 55 31

“Faire revivre des espèces disparues ?” on Apr. 25, at 5pm in Palais de Rumine

Faire revenir des espèces disparues comme le dodo 🦤, le tigre de Tasmanie 🐅 ou le mammouth 🦣 – est-ce que c’est faisable et désirable?
Nous en discuterons la semaine prochaine lors de l’événement
Faire revivre des espèces disparues ?
Mardi 25 avril 17:00 – 18:30h Palais de Rumine, Lausanne & en ligne (hybride)
Avec Lionel Cavin (Muséum d’histoire naturelle de Genève) et Nadir Alvarez (Muséum cantonal des sciences naturelles à Lausanne), auteurs du livre “Faire revivre des espèces disparues ?”, ainsi que Bernard Baertschi (UNIGE).

Modération: Cécile Guérin
Toutes les personnes intéressées sont les bienvenues ! Inscrivez-vous gratuitement jusqu’à lundi 24 avril :

Une participation est possible soit sur place au Palais de Rumine, Lausanne, soit virtuellement. La langue de la séance est le français, des questions peuvent également être posées en allemand ou anglais.

FameLab Switzerland 2023, enroll now and present on Apr. 5, 2023

Are you thrilled about your research and bursting at the seams to share it with the world? Do you live and breathe scientific discoveries and delight in entertaining your family and friends with all the latest fun facts? Are you eager to take on new challenges and push your public speaking skills to the limit?

If so, come and join FameLab 2023, the international competition for science communication that will allow you to showcase your passion for science to a global audience. Start by registering for the regional FameLab semi-final in Lausanne that will take place on April 5th from 6 to 8 pm in the Amphimax at the University of Lausanne.

Win over the crowd and judges with an original 3-minute talk on a scientific topic of your choice. Be scientifically correct, clear and, most especially, charismatic

Let go of the PowerPoint safety net, you can bring on stage props with your best costume!

You will get inspired by impressions of past events: and talks from the FameLab Switzerland Youtube channel.

The competition is open to all STEM and Social sciences students (Life Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Geosciences, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Social Sciences, Anthropology, Archaeology, Economics, Geography, History, Law, Linguistics, Politics, Psychology and Sociology). 

The winners of the semi-final will participate in an online master class on June 2 and 3 and take part in the national final on September 18th in Bern. You can find additional information at:

The deadline for submitting your application is March 29th.