• The Klimagarten exhibit moves to the Botanical Garden in Bern
The Klimagarten 2085 exhibition curated by the PSC in conjunction with the Botanical Garden of the University of Zürich in 2016, will be installed in the Botanical Garden of the University of Bern from April-July 2017.
In Bern the exhibit will focus on biodiversity and climate change. The PSC team is happy to pass the baton on to Bern and is excited to see how the concept develops. Posted 2016-12
• PSC-Mercator Fellowship Program
After the success of the first four PSC-Mercator PhD fellowships, the PSC and the Mercator Foundation Switzerland agreed to continue this promising fellowship program.
The research projects will deal with socially relevant issues from the perspective of at least two academic disciplines and in collaboration with relevant stakeholder(s). The fellows will benefit from exposure to different methods, perspectives and solutions. The desired outcome is a new, more inclusive approach to research, bridging plant science and society.
• Klimagarten 2085, die Pflanzenwelt unserer Zukunft – ein öffentliches Experiment zum Mitmachen
• PlantHUB Fellowships
This new European Industrial Doctoral Programme (Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions-EID) starts in December 2016 and will support 10 PhD students in the field of plant breeding and production. As an EID project, 50% of the PhD time will be spent at an industrial partner location.
PlantHUB Open call for PhD applications. Deadline: 1 Dec 2016.