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Hack your science

3.5€ - 9€



The YEBN is happy to present you its new program "HACK YOUR SCIENCE":

Learn about new tools and methodologies established in different fields and how they can boost your science

Inspired by the collaborative and innovative spirit of hackathons, the program aims to present an array of tools and methodologies commonly used in diverse fields (IT, industry, arts, social science,...) but not in scientific research. The program aims to stimulate young scientists to familiarize with them and understand how these tools/methodologies can help research, fostering collaboration and inclusiveness.

The aim of this program is to provide a first series of three sessions where professionals and experts of the hackathon and open science field are going to discuss and inspire you on how to collaborate remotely and transdisciplinary with new ways of working in science in order to boost your professional network, foster innovationwiden your skill-set with techniques often to effectively communicate within different contexts in the professional world.

The series is planned to continue in 2021 with more "hack your science"- methodologies and tools useful in project initiation, structuring, presentation, communication, collaboration boosting and inclusive team work. 


SESSION 1. Hacking the traditional way of doing science WEDNESDAY 3rd February 2021 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Online.  

REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE THE SAME DAY AT 12PM! Attention: Even if it will be the third event, its reference will stay the first session for the tickets!

Hacker, Cyber, Code, Angrfiff

EUvsVirus Hackathon and many other national COVID-19 addressing hackathon experiences influence life science innovation, Biohackathons stimulate knowledge exchange, creativity and collaboration, view from members of the EC organizers, the academia support team and winning team scientists of EUvsVirus in the discussion with organisers from other events.. The importance of multidisciplinarity to tackle complex issues.

Renata Petrevska Nechkoska, Assistant Professor (UKLO North Macedonia) & PostDoc (UGENT Belgium), Academia Project Manager EUvsVirus, link

Elena Poughia, MD at Dataconomy Media, Community Advisor at EUvsVirus for EIC, link.

Manuel Cossio, Founder of pocovidscreen, link.

Fabio Balli, Lead Open Village, Geneva Health Forum, link.


6.00 pm. Welcome and presentation of the GoToMeeting Platform and speakers

6.05 pm. Presentation of the Hack your science program and the YEBN

6.15 pm. Talks of the speakers about collaboration during Hackathon and other collaborative events

6.45 pm  Round table discussion with questions from the audience 

7.20 pm. Closing remarks by the moderation

7.30 pm. Closing of the meeting

SESSION 2. 14th December, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Online. How design thinking can help scientific research 


Design thinking in a nutshell: DT is a set of social practices that can ignite radical collaboration, team empathy, systemic change, and innovation within organizations.

Daniela Marzawan, Lecturer, Advisor, Researcher, University of Weimar, Germany, link.