Tuesday, August 8, 2017

After Falling Walls

Back in 2015, Lian Willetts was named one of the top two young international researchers striving to solve a global  problem at the Falling Walls Lab in Berlin, Germany. It's now two years later and her contributions to the Lewis Lab in the Department of Oncology is making the transition from "idea" to "ground breaking reality."

Apply for Falling Walls Lab 2017

Whether you're a grad student, post-doctoral fellow, or researcher, if you have an innovative idea that you believe can help move the global community forward, then you should consider applying for the Falling Walls Lab 2017. We even spoke to three past participants (including Lian) to find out a few tips to keep in mind if you're thinking about applying.

Learn more about Falling Walls Lab UAlberta and apply by visiting the  U of A's Falling Walls Lab website. Applications are due by August 23, 2017.


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