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Basic and Applied Resarch in Science and Technologies of Light
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ICFO-CX Summer Fellow Programme

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New ICFOnians newsletter published. Check it out :)

Video Microscopy Reveals HIV Infection Mechanism

HIV Infection Mechanisms
Researchers led by ICFO and IrsiCaixa visualize for the first time the dynamic details of the capture of HIV virus by dendritic cells


http://www.icfo.eu/index.php?section=news1&lang=english&op=show_announcement&announcement_id=1586

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Photonics21 Student Innovation Award: Calls are opening now for applications

Any person under 35 and active in the field of optics and photonics may apply for the Photonics21 Student Innovation Award. The award consists of a certificate, a cash prize of € 5,000 as well as a free registration to the Photonics21 Annual Meeting in Brussels which is taking place on the 27th and 28th of March 2012.
The prize ceremony takes place within the framework of the welcome reception of the Photonics21 Annual Meeting in the evening on the 27th of March.

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I need a paper :)

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ICFO is offering up to 14 INCOMING fellowships of 24 months duration to outstanding post-doctoral researchers with ambitious research projects at the forefront of optics and photonics within the Marie Curie Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes (COFUND) action of the European Commission.

For further information about the ICFOnest International Postdoctoral Program, please see its webpage http://nestpostdocs.icfo.es/

In case of any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact ICFO Human Resources and Education at jobs@icfo.eu

OSA is announcing its first-ever Photo Contest on the OSA Facebook Page
They are looking for the best photos from around the world that represent the field of optics and photonics. Maybe it’s you working in your lab. Maybe it’s a photo of an optical phenomenon in nature. Or maybe it’s your research group climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. Whatever it is, if it’s related to optics, it’s eligible!

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