Tag Archives: Seminars Life Sciences

Rene Medema (Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands): Chromosome instability driving genetic diversity, compromising cellular fitness

Rene Medema (Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands): Chromosome instability driving genetic diversity, compromising cellular fitness

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Panagiota Sotiropoulou (IRIBHM, Université libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium): DNA repair pathways in epidermal stem cells and skin tumours

Panagiota Sotiropoulou (IRIBHM, Université libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium): DNA repair pathways in epidermal stem cells and skin tumours

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Prof. dr. Marie-Claude Potiers (Brain and Spine Institute Université Pierre & Marie Curie Paris, France): Modifications of the endolysosomal compartment in Alzheimer’s disease: the role of cholesterol (followed by BCN Masterclass)

Prof. dr. Marie-Claude Potiers (Brain and Spine Institute Université Pierre & Marie Curie Paris, France): Modifications of the endolysosomal compartment in Alzheimer’s disease: the role of cholesterol (followed by BCN Masterclass)

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Farewell symposium Dick Hoekstra: Leaving the Lights on …

Farewell symposium Dick Hoekstra: Leaving the Lights on …

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Prof. dr. Metin Tolan (TU Dortmund, Germany): Shaken, not Stirred

Prof. dr. Metin Tolan (TU Dortmund, Germany): Shaken, not Stirred

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Prof. dr. Victor Flambaum (UNSW, Sidney, Australia): Effects of Dark Matter in atomic and astrophysical phenomena

Prof. dr. Victor Flambaum (UNSW, Sidney, Australia): Effects of Dark Matter in atomic and astrophysical phenomena

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Prof. dr. J.W.P. Schmeltzer (Rostock University, Germany): Thermodynamics and Nucleation Processes: Classical versus Generalized Gibbs’ Approaches

Prof. dr. J.W.P. Schmeltzer (Rostock University, Germany): Thermodynamics and Nucleation Processes: Classical versus Generalized Gibbs’ Approaches

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Farewell seminar Ineke Molenaar: Wetenschap in Beweging en Beweging in Wetenschap

Farewell seminar Ineke Molenaar: Wetenschap in Beweging en Beweging in Wetenschap

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Prof. dr J. Even (Universite Europeenne de Bretagne, Rennes, Frances): Physical properties of hybrid perovskite semiconductors

Prof. dr J. Even (Universite Europeenne de Bretagne, Rennes, Frances): Physical properties of hybrid perovskite semiconductors

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Next-Generation Organic Photovoltaics II (invited speakers: Mark Ratner and Brian O’Regan)

Next-Generation Organic Photovoltaics II (invited speakers: Mark Ratner and Brian O’Regan).

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Prof. Hans Aerts (LIC Leiden, the Netherlands): Glycosphingolipids in health and disease

Prof. Hans Aerts (LIC Leiden, the Netherlands): Glycosphingolipids in health and disease

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Prof.dr. Harold Zandvliet (University Twente, the Netherlands): 1D and 2D systems studiedby scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy

Prof.dr. Harold Zandvliet (University Twente, the Netherlands): 1D and 2D systems studiedby scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy

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Prof Richard McCreery (University of Alberta, Canada): Molecules in Circuits: a New Breed of Microelectronics?

Prof Richard McCreery (University of Alberta, Canada): Molecules in Circuits: a New Breed of Microelectronics?

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Prof. dr Julia Stähler (Fritz-Haber Institute, Berlin, Germany): A real time movie about ultrafast phenomena at hybrid interfaces

Prof. dr Julia Stähler (Fritz-Haber Institute, Berlin, Germany): A real time movie about ultrafast phenomena at hybrid interfaces

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Prof. Andreas Daffertshofer (Neural Dynamics, Human Movement Sciences, MOVE research institute, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands): From lab to rehab – modern approaches to gait analysis

Prof. Andreas Daffertshofer (Neural Dynamics, Human Movement Sciences, MOVE research institute, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands): From lab to rehab – modern approaches to gait analysis

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Arthorn Riewpaiboon (Social and Administrative Pharmacy, Mahidol University, Thailand): Pharmacoeconomics in low- and middle income countries: experiences of Thailand.

Arthorn Riewpaiboon (Social and Administrative Pharmacy, Mahidol University, Thailand): Pharmacoeconomics in low- and middle income countries: experiences of Thailand.

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Prof. dr Freya Blekman (IHE, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium): Top physics: the portral to LHC discovery

Prof. dr Freya Blekman (IHE, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium): Top physics: the portral to LHC discovery

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HAPS seminar A Life Course Approach to Healthy Ageing

HAPS seminar A Life Course Approach to Healthy Ageing

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Jan van Deursen (Mayo clinic, Rochester, USA): Senescent cells as drivers of aging: insights from mouse models for aneuploidy

Jan van Deursen (May clinic, Rochester, USA): Senescent cells as drivers of aging: insights from mouse models for aneuploidy

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Prof. dr Gregor Jung (Universität Saarbrücken, Germany): Approaches to Single-Molecule Chemistry by Means of Fluorescence

Prof. dr Gregor Jung (Universität Saarbrücken, Germany): Approaches to Single-Molecule Chemistry by Means of Fluorescence

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