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How to deal with the evolutionary analysis of large gene families in eukaryotes?
Via the online database. Register before 11 December 2017.
Malignant networks in the brain.
Theme: 'David and Goliath'.
This December meeting will focus on successful startup/corporate collaboration.
You are cordially invited to attend our New Year's affairs and drinks.
(Arnold&Siedsma) Including lunch
hDMT organ on a chip: how can we serve you?
Register for this workshop before 14 January 2018.
Speakers: Prof. Rob Glynne-Jones/East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust and Prof. Jan van Lanschot/Erasmus MC Rotterdam
"How to prepare"
Don't forget your mask.
For those who want to grow their business either need to make the necessary investments or obtain more working capital.
Heart for Women
Image Analysis with FIJI
The RIMLS Graduate School course “In the Lead” will provide new PhD candidates with insights, tips and tricks to be at the forefront of your research and training objectives.
During this workshop Liesbeth Bron and Henry Rodenburgh will provide tips how to keep focus on your product development and ensure a market entry within the shortest time.
Francesca Happé, King's College London
Speaker: Prof. Sing Sing Way/Cincinnati Children's Hospital, USA
Speaker: Heather Whitson, Duke University School of Medicine, USA
Speaker: Hertha Flor, Heidelberg University, Germany
Target audience: Researchers, Professionals
Type of course: Professional development
The program, which spans three days, has presentations in a wide range of topics within regenerative medicine and bioengineering.
Speaker: Krik Hansen, University of Colorado, Denver USA
Zoe Kourtzi, University of Cambridge.
Speaker: Rando Allikmets/Colombia University
Miguel Nicolelis, Duke University School of Medicine
Jacqueline Gottlieb, Columbia University
Christian Büchel, University of Hamburg
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