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Creating Knowledge - Sharing Knowledge

One of Forschungszentrum Jülich's strengths is its multi-programmatic approach. Scientists from the most disparate disciplines work closely together. Active discussions can often open up unexpected new perspectives and broaden one’s horizons. Early-career scientists are expressly encouraged to participate and contribute.

Science and Ethics Working Group

The aim of this distinguished working group, composed of thinkers from the natural sciences and humanities, is to offer ethical guidance on research projects at Forschungszentrum Jülich. The group is keenly sensitive to ethical problems associated with work in the natural sciences generally and on topics that are specific to Forschungszentrum Jülich. Early-career scientists are very welcome to share their ideas and contributions.

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Jülich Colloquia

The Jülich Colloquium is the scientific colloquim of Forschungszentrum Jülich, which meets intermittently. Within the framework of these public events, respected scientists (including Nobel Laureates) visit Forschungszentrum Jülich and give presentations about their work. Early-career scientists are encouraged to attend. The Jülich Colloquium is organized by the Scientific and Technical Council.

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"What do they actually do at...?"

"What do they actually do at...?" Studium Universale, the PhD students' initiative at Forschungszentrum Jülich, regularly invites all employees to this series of events. Individual specialist departments and divisions on the campus are introduced, from Technology Transfer and the fire brigade to civil engineering. The event demonstrates the diversity of activities that take place at Forschungszentrum Jülich.

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Become a Tour Guide

The Corporate Communications Visitor Service takes approximately 5,000 visitors around the campus every year. They are always looking for young scientists to take visitor groups on tours around the campus and give them a glimpse into research at Jülich. As well as an allowance, tour guides get a detailed insight into the research scene at Jülich and can practice their rhetorical and presentation techniques.

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