“WORK AND FAMILY: SHARING THE CARING”- marine biologist Anke Kremp

What is the nature of your work? I am a marine biologist and phytoplankton ecologist doing independent research at the Finnish Environment Institute. As a Senior Research Scientist, I lead a research group and manage and coordinate different research projects. Together with interns, Master’s and PhD students, post-docs and project scientists I perform experiments and […]

Sharing the caring: Senior Lecturer Sebastian Sobek

Nature of your work. Senior Lecturer at Uppsala University. Research and teaching. Leading a research team of about 10 persons, and supervising their work. Administration. Career as a researcher. 2005 PhD in Sweden (Uppsala University). 2006-2009 Post-doc in Switzerland (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), and Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology […]

Being a female scientist: polar marine biologist Iris Werner

Dr. Iris Werner is the central equal opportunities commissioner of Kiel University and head of the central Office for Gender Equality, Diversity and Family. Being a marine biologist by education, she worked more than 20 years in marine and polar ecological research before changing to science management in 2008.  What are the main things you […]