Look no further than the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry to see the value of international scientific collaborations.
The 2016 prize was awarded to Bernard L. Feringa of the
Netherlands, Jean-Pierre Sauvage of France, and Sir J. Fraser
Stoddart, born in Scotland and a professor in the United
States at Northwestern University. These exceptional chemists, and many others, collaborate with other international
International scientific teams bring many resources
and approaches to solving scientific problems, from spe-
cific research projects to big global challenges such as food
production or climate change.
How prepared are you to be part of the global scientific
community? Is developing international connections and
scientific competencies part of your plan?
Graduate studies and postdoctoral fellowships are optimal times to pursue international scientific experiences.
Attending conferences and participating in international
teams can prepare you to be more competitive in the global
job market, enhance your research, and widen your scientific network contacts. You can gain valuable knowledge and
skills in international research experiences.
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