Constructor University graduate Sia Shende joined more than 40 Nobel Laureates and more than 600 young scientists from around the world at the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting at the end of June. The conference offered a chance to exchange on topics ranging from medicine to physiology. Sia, 20-years-old, was the youngest participant. She is a recent graduate with a bachelor's degree in biochemistry and cell biology.
"It was an extraordinary experience that inspired me and strengthened my belief in the power of science," said Sia, "I also very much enjoyed the talks about diversity in science," she added. The conference in Lindau also gave Sia the chance to meet award winners face-to-face. "I have come to know them as normal people who have dedicated their lives to a purpose for which they work extremely hard. They have further strengthened my enthusiasm for research," she said.
Each year, Constructor University nominates outstanding students to attend the Nobel Laureate meeting. Those nominated are evaluated again by a team in Lindau before receiving an invitation. "I received an excellent education at Constructor University in Bremen, especially through the laboratory experience which we gain very early in our studies," said Sia, who sees her future in research.
About Constructor University:
Founded in 2001, Constructor University is a top-ranked, English-language, private university, with a campus in Bremen, Germany. With its interdisciplinary approach, advanced digital learning tools and accredited programs, it equips students with fundamental knowledge, critical thinking and practical skills to build their professional career and address the world’s most pressing challenges.
The University emphasizes a synergetic and entrepreneurial spirit, offering program mentoring from top-tier professors and industry experts. Partner collaborations include the Constructor Institute in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, Carnegie Mellon, the National University of Singapore, the University of Geneva, and industry references such as Anisoprint, JetBrains and ChemDiv.
Internationality and diversity lie at the heart of Constructor University, with more than 110 nations at its vibrant and close-knit campus community in Bremen. There, students enjoy active campus life, with access to clubs, professional networks and academic counselling, essential to their personal and academic growth.
Research-centric faculty projects at the University are funded by the German Research Foundation, the European Union's Framework Program for Research and Innovation, and globally leading companies.
The greater Constructor Knowledge ecosystem includes Constructor University in Bremen, Germany, and Constructor Institute in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. It is a provider of education services with education tools, worldwide traditional and online educational services, as well as advisory and strategic services to education customers in the fields of student recruitment, communications, and marketing support.