Tag Archives: Seminars Life Sciences

BCN Retraite






BCN Retraite

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Dr. Pierre Goloubinoff (Department of Plant Molecular Biology, the University of Lausanne, Switzerland): HSP70s: a central hub of cellular unfolding enzymes that can repair stress-damaged proteins.






Dr. Pierre Goloubinoff (Department of Plant Molecular Biology, the University of Lausanne, Switzerland):

HSP70s: a central hub of cellular unfolding enzymes that can repair stress-damaged proteins.
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BCN Winter Meeting / BCN Poster Presentation






BCN Winter Meeting / BCN Poster Presentation

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Marc Raaijmakers (Hematology & Erasmus Stem Cell Institute, Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands): Deconstructing mesenchymal contributions to malignant transformation in the hematopoietic system






Marc Raaijmakers (Hematology & Erasmus Stem Cell Institute, Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands): Deconstructing mesenchymal contributions to malignant transformation in the hematopoietic system

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Istvan T. Horvath (City University of Hong Kong, Japan): Sustainable Conversion of Biomass to Chemicals: Cooking or Art or Science?






Istvan T. Horvath (City University of Hong Kong, Japan): Sustainable Conversion of Biomass to Chemicals: Cooking or Art or Science?

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ROAHD symposium “The long and winding ROAHD from embryonic development to Healthy Ageing”






ROAHD symposium “The long and winding ROAHD from embryonic development to Healthy Ageing”

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Prof. dr. S. Witte (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands): Lensless microscopy with visible and extreme ultraviolet radiation






Prof. dr. S. Witte (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands): Lensless microscopy with visible and extreme ultraviolet radiation

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Cellular Imaging Basic course






Jaan-Olle Andressoo (Institute of Biotechnology, University of Helsinki, Finland): Using novel 3’UTR targeting based approaches to study gene function and treat neurodegenerative disease

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Cellular Imaging Light course






Jaan-Olle Andressoo (Institute of Biotechnology, University of Helsinki, Finland): Using novel 3’UTR targeting based approaches to study gene function and treat neurodegenerative disease

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Share Day 2015: Internationalisation and Communication






Share Day 2015: Internationalixation and Communication

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Martijn Nolte (Sanquin, Amsterdam, the Netherlands): The cells that rock the cradle: The impact of T cells on blood cell formation






Martijn Nolte (Sanquin, Amsterdam, the Netherlands): The cells that rock the cradle: The impact of T cells on blood cell formation

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​Sino-Dutch Serious Games in Health Care Symposium​​






Sino-Dutch Serious Games in Health Care Symposium

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Richard Warburton (University of Basel, Switzerland): Single spins and single photons with a semiconductor quantum dot.






Richard Warburton (University of Basel, Switzerland): Single spins and single photons with a semiconductor quantum dot.

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Symposium ‘Good research data for researchers’






Symposium ‘Good research data for researchers’

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Optimisation in CMF trauma care International Symposium Groningen, the Netherlands






Optimisation in CMF trauma care International Symposium Groningen, the Netherlands

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Prof. dr. W. van Suijlekom (University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands): Beyond the spectral Standard Model:Pati-Salam unification






Prof. dr. W. van Suijlekom (University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands): Beyond the spectral Standard Model:Pati-Salam unification

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H.J. Backer Lecture 2015 – David W.C. MacMillan (Merck Center for Catalysis, Princeton University, USA): The Application of Photoredox Catalysis to New Transformations in Chemical Synthesis






H.J. Backer Lecture 2015 – David W.C. MacMillan (Merck Center for Catalysis, Princeton University, USA): The Application of Photoredox Catalysis to New Transformations in Chemical Synthesis

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Prof. dr. Maria Cid (Department of Autoimmune Diseases, Hospital Chnic, University of Barcelona, IDIBAPS, Barcelona): Large Vessel Vasculitis from bench to bed and back






Prof. dr. Maria Cid (Department of Autoimmune Diseases, Hospital Chnic, University of Barcelona, IDIBAPS, Barcelona): Large Vessel Vasculitis from bench to bed and back

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Stephan Kaler M.D. (Section on Translational Neuroscience, Molecular Medicine Branch, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, NIH. Bethesda, USA) Translational Neuroscience Approaches to Inherited Disorders of Copper Transport and Lysosomal Storage






Symposium Molecular Biology of Aging

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Thomas Nielsen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark): New Opportunities for Solid-Phase Synthesis: Functional Materials, Molecular Libraries and Biomedical Screening






Thomas Nielsen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark): New Opportunities for Solid-Phase Synthesis: Functional Materials, Molecular Libraries and Biomedical Screening

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