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Sunday, January 19, 2020

Masterclass: Lab to Film 2/5

Location: Spine Auditorium between Buildings 4 & 5

By Basma Abdulkarim | Todd Nims | Yaser Binabdulrahman

An offering with a pre-registration process Make your research meaningful for a general audience Science and technology have infinite potential for solving local and global concerns. However, many s ... more

Intellectual Property Considerations Related to Personalized Medicine

Location: Spine Auditorium between Buildings 2 & 3

By Mardson Mcquay

Intellectual property (IP) protection is essential to foster innovation. For the protection of important technology for commercialization, a strong and enforceable patent is required. Hence, scientist ... more

Personalized Medicine Mobile App Prototype 2/4

Location: Campus Library - Sea View Room

By Aida Rivera | Myraida Rivera Marzan

About this workshop The goal of this collaborative design workshop is to develop a Personalized Medical App. It will leverage mobile phones' capabilities to empower patients, making them an active an ... more

Design and Build Medical Devices - Group A 3/5

Location: Innovation Cluster, Level 0, Prototyping Core Lab

By Ali Alfrshuti | Tamer Shahin | Yasser Al-Omrany

An offering with a pre-selection process Objectives: Participants will be organized in teams where they will apply the basics of design skills, problem-solving, and workshop skills to make a prototy ... more
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence: Theory and Applications  About this masterclass  This masterclass will train students in theory and applications of machine learning and artif ... more

Precision Medicine: Opportunities and Challenges

Location: Building 20, Auditorium

By Rifat Atun

A keynote lecture by Rifat Atun, Professor of Global Health Systems at Harvard University. EVENT DESCRIPTION Precision medicine — prevention and treatment strategies that take indivi ... more

Once Upon a Time… Life - Digestion

Location: University Library, Sea View Area, Level 2

ABOUT ONCE UPON A TIME... LIFE The program was initially produced in France in 1987 and is an animated television series that tells the story of the human body for children. The good charac ... more

Selective Anion Transport

Location: Building 9 Lecture hall 1

By Philip Gale

Lecture by Philip Gale, Professor of Chemistry and Head of School at the University of Sydney.  ABOUT THIS LECTURE Synthetic transmembrane anion transporters (anionophores) have poten ... more

Design and Build Medical Devices - Group B 3/5

Location: Innovation Cluster, Level 0, Prototyping Core Lab

By Ali Alfrshuti | Tamer Shahin | Yasser Al-Omrany

An offering with a pre-selection process Objectives: Participants will be organized in teams where they will apply the basics of design skills, problem-solving, and workshop skills to make a prototy ... more

Sensory workshop "Smell to feel what your body needs"

Location: Discovery Square, Community Kitchen

By Marie-Sophie L

This workshop will make you aware of the sensory power that is within you. Our very complex olfactory system links to a real sensory analysis laboratory that is more powerful than the sum of all the ... more

Wow! Why? Aha! - Principles of Science Communication

Location: Building 9 Lecture hall 1

By Tom Pringle

Lecture by Tom Pringle, an internationally renowned pioneer of educational science performance and immersive training programs. ABOUT THIS EVENT The how and why of turning dry science into ... more

Personalized Medicine: From Science Fiction to Science Fact

Location: Building 20, Auditorium

By Elsa Sotiriadis

A keynote lecture by Elsa Sotiriadis, The Biofuturist, science fiction author and Dr. in synthetic biology.  EVENT DESCRIPTION Are we already living in a science fiction-inspired futu ... more