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team — From medicine to attosecond physics: so broad was the spectrum of lectures at the second MAP/IMPRS young scientists workshop in Wildbad Kreuth. Around 90 participants attended the workshop from 26-31 July at the foot of the Schildenstein mountain, where they gained an overview on the current research focuses of the MAP Cluster and the IMPRS. Discussions revolved around radiology, oncology, radiobiology, ultrafast physics, computational physics and femtochemistry. On two of the evenings, poster sessions allowed participants to personally present their work, which set the stage for lively discussions. Even the Schildenstein itself was not safe from the young scientists' explorations: several participants conquered the summit and enjoyed (somewhat cloudy) views of the Alps.