April 11, 2022 |
Martin Schweinsberg, assistant professor at ESMT, was invited to present at The National Academy of Science's Kavli Frontiers of Science symposia (KFoS), being only one out of two non-American scientists. The symposia bring together outstanding young scientists to discuss interesting advances and opportunities in a broad range of disciplines to help remove communication barriers between fields and encourage collaborations among scientists.
Martin Schweinsberg's presentation, titled “Replication Challenges, Solutions, and the Psychology of Analyzing Data”, will add him to the KFoS alumni network that now contains more than 6,100 past participants, including 17 Nobel Prize winners and 277 who have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. The Kavli Foundation, which supports scientific research, honors scientific achievement and promotes public understanding of scientists and their work provides a $5.5 million grant for the next decade towards such research projects.