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De Vere Wotton House, Guildford Road, Dorking, Great Britain
Event access: Public
The British-German Frontiers of Science Symposium is co-organized by the Royal Society, the Junge Akademie, and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. The conference brings together approximately 60 outstanding young British and German scientists from all fields of the natural sciences for an exchange of new ideas in research. The conference is intended to encourage the exchange of knowledge across disciplines and to provide opportunities for British-German collaborations and networking. Members of the Junge Akademie are part of the organizing committee. Wolfram Pernice: Co-Chair and panel physics "Quantum computing" Thomas Böttcher: panel chemistry "From natural products to smart medicines" Jonas Peters: panel mathematics "Mathematics for Climate" Martin Dresler: panel neuroscience "Why do we sleep"
For further information please visit the Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation.