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Monday, January 20, 2020

Creative Tactics for Communicating Science - Beginners

Location: Spine Auditorium between Buildings 2 & 3

By Benjamin Stevens | Nicholas Demille

An offering with a pre-selection process Communicating science has become an integral part of a scientist’s research cycle. According to UNESCO, there are more than 7 million scientists and res ... more

Masterclass: Lab to Film 3/5

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

Personalized Medicine Mobile App Prototype 3/4

Location: Campus Library - Sea View Room

By Aida Rivera | Myraida Rivera Marzan

An offering with a pre-selection process About this workshop The goal of this collaborative design workshop is to develop a Personalized Medical App. It will leverage mobile phones' capabilities to ... 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

Disease is a Personal Matter

Location: Bldg 20 Auditorium

By Chih-Ming Ho

A keynote lecture by Chih-Ming Ho, Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Bioengineering at UCLA. “Medicine is a science of uncertainty and an art of ... more

Once Upon a Time… Life - The Muscles and the Fat

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

New Porous Hybrid Materials in Biomedicine

Location: Building 9 Lecture hall 1

By Christian Serre

Lecture by Christian Serre, highly cited scientist and Chemistry Research Director at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris and ESPCI. ABOUT THIS LECTURE Within the past few d ... more

The Benefits of Raw Food

Location: Building 9 Lecture hall 2

By Marie-Sophie L

Are you ready to welcome more plants into your diet and get tremendous energy to crunch raw life? Raw food, a vegetable-based cuisine with no cooking, is generating unprecedented interest in the ... more

Be Mind full or Mindful? - Group B 1/2

Location: Bldg 5, Level 5, Room 5220

By Sandra Katakalea

An offering with a pre-selection process The concept of time in our everyday life mainly consists of being caught in the past or the future. Present sometimes is almost nonexistent, or we rush it too ... more

Metal-Organic Frameworks at the Biointerface

Location: Building 9 Lecture hall 1

By Christian Doonan

Lecture by Christian Doonan, Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Centre for Advanced Nanomaterials at Adelaide University.  ABOUT THIS LECTURE Metal-organic Framework ... more

From Raw Food to Gastronomy

Location: Discovery Square, Community Kitchen

By Marie-Sophie L

Raw food, a vegetable-based cuisine with no cooking, is generating unprecedented interest in the United States.   Americans attribute health benefits to it in terms of recovery from stress, ... more
In this interactive panel discussion moderated by. Prof. Takashi Gojobori, students and the broad audience will be able to exchange ideas innovation, technology and the future of medicine with in ... more

Back to the Future: Modern Medicine Meets Ancient Healthcare

Location: Bldg 20 Auditorium

By Tom Pringle

Dr. Bunhead follows the history of 35 trillion cells made from 7 octillion atoms harvested from millions of stars across our galaxy that will be working together to give this talk. What are we made of ... more