Last month Pavel, Lennart, and Máté shared their enthusiasm for science as part of the “Junior Doktor” and “Seniorenakademie” series at our institute.
Pavel taught highly motivated pupils from primary school about the evolution of the eye. This was followed up by a microscopy session where the ‘scientists of the future’ got to look at zebrafish pineal glands and stained nuclei of zebrafish embryos.
Máté gave a seminar about transcription factors to an excited elder audience. He talked about general concepts of how transcription factors can orchestrate gene expression programs with some examples from his own research in zebrafish.