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Report on a special science communication session at the 15th Annual STS Conference in Graz, Austria, May 9-10, 2016 By Joachim Allgaier a...
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A PostDoc (3, potentially up to 6 years) and a Ph.D (3 years) position are available in Prof. Mike Schäfer's science communication team at U Zurich.