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Success Story: Garima Singh

I keep on exploring myself.. a little more each time! Last year I discovered Painting.. the year before..I was a Writer.. Let’s see what the future holds in store 😉 Garima Singh Where are you originally from and what makes it special? I am from Lucknow, India. Being...

Humberto Almeida Jr

Humberto Where are you originally from and what makes it special? I am from Brazil – the funniest and happiest country in the world! Where do you work and what do you do? I am a Research Associate at the Leibniz-Institut fuer Polymerfoschung Dresden e.V. What brought...

intap im FAZ-Verlagsspecial „New Work“

Im Verlagsspezial der Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung (FAZ), erschienen am 21. Juli 2019, geht es auch um intap und unsere Arbeit vor Ort. Autor Benjamin Kleemann-von Gersum stellte sich die Frage, mit welchen Strategien Unternehmen, Wirtschaftsförderungen und...

Success Story: Kritee Pant

Success Story: Kritee Pant

• Where do you work and what do you do?

I work as a Project Manager and Deputy R&D team lead in a pharmaceutical company, ROTOP Pharmaka GmbH. ROTOP is focused on developing and marketing nuclear medicine diagnostic kits for various medical needs, mainly, cancer as well as for heart and neurological disorders. I am responsible for making sure that our radiotracers (diagnostic kits) reach smoothly from the lab to the market and are also approved by the responsible authorities on time.

Diversity Fuels Innovation on 3 July – Review

On July 3, intap and the Wirtschaft für ein Weltoffenes Sachsen e.V. held a joint event on the topic "Diversity fuels innovation" at the Impact Hub Dresden. After the inspiring keynote by Sophia Becker, Community Manager at the Impact Hub, Frank Bösenberg, Managing...

(Review) #ride2career – Bus Tour to Dresden’s Tech Companies on June 17

Last Monday the first Ride2Career bus tour took place. In two parallel tours, special buses of the Dresdner Verkehrsbetriebe AG (DVB) brought 35 interested IT students from Dresden, Chemnitz and Mittweida to 9 tech companies in Dresden, which are currently looking for qualified computer scientists from all over the world. Check our photo gallery for more insights.