BREAKthrough Science Days 2024

group of breakthrough phd candidates

From April 22nd to 24th, the Institute of Structural Biology (IBS) of the CNRS in Grenoble welcomed 9 BREAKthrough PhD candidates for a fascinating 3-day science event.

Review Meeting successfully held online, 22 March 2024

On 22 March 2024, the BREAKthrough consortium convened with project advisor Stanka Miteva to provide updates on progress and discuss future plans. Following a warm welcome from project coordinator Jean-François […]

Progress update from all DCs held online

The latest progress in the BREAKthrough project were presented to the network during the BREAKthrough progress update held online on 5 March 2024. Attended by all Doctoral Candidates (DCs) and […]

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

On Sunday, February 11, 2024, the world celebrates the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, recognising the invaluable contributions of females in STEM fields. As part of this […]

Open position at available at Naicons

A Doctoral Candidate (DC) will be recruited to perform research in antibacterial drug discovery within the framework of the DN Action Grant Agreement nr. 101072632, project BREAKthrough, Breaking the barrier […]

Introducing our BREAKthrough DCs

We wanted to take the opportunity to further introduce our BREAKthrough doctoral candidates to you. Francesca Mosca is hosted at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and supervised by […]

Meet the four newly joined BREAKthrough DCs

The BREAKthrough network is proud to welcome four more doctoral candidates to the team: Gabriela Golda (DC01), Saloni Sahu (DC02), Navjot Kaur (DC03), and Pierre Charlesworth (DC04). In August and […]

First DC embarks on her BREAKthrough journey

The BREAKthrough network warmly welcomes Theresa Strohhammer, who recently joined the team as DC05 at the University of Milan, Italy. In Milan, Theresa will be supervised by Prof. Alessandra Polissi […]

First BREAKthrough press release

New EU-funded Doctoral Network to sensitise critical multidrug-resistant bacteria to antibiotics An alarming number of infections have become hard or impossible to treat. As more and more bacteria and viruses […]