18.10.2016

JMS Scholarship awarded for research in the insect-based human food value chain

Our SEPT Student Mr. Hady Salman received the 2016 Dr Jörg Meyer-Stamer Scholarship award. Hady is busy with his MBA at Leipzig University, Germany and his supervisor is Prof. Dr. Utz Dornberger.

The research content will describe the daily challenges that start-ups and other agents operating in the insect-based human food value chain face. The challenges would range from financial to legal. The research question and objectives focus on how the different actors in the insect food value chain interact with each other in the process of getting their product across the chain and towards the end customer.

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19.09.2018

Young researchers from Africa participate in the SEPT Summer School at Leipzig University

At the beginning of September, has started the summer school at the University sponsored by the Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). Participants of the summer school are 30 researchers from different African countries. The...[more]

13.09.2018

Internsvalley collaborates with enpact to support young talents in Egypt

Internsvalley, a matchmaking platform that connects young talents with startups through remote internships announced their collaboration with enpact e.V. to support young entrepreneurs in Cairo. The non-profit organization enpact...[more]

30.08.2018

SEPT Online Marketing Challenge 2018

SEPT and the Saxonian State Ministry of Economy, Labor and Transportation have organized the Online Marketing Challenge 2018. 20 international students have participated and designed outstanding campaigns for SME in our...[more]