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Thu 28 Nov
08:45-17:30 | Näringslivets hus, Stockholm. Storgatan 19, 114 51
The 2019 Scheele Symposium: CRISPR-Cas and gene therapy
Welcome to the Scheele Symposium in honour of the 2019 Scheele Award Laureate, Professor Emmanuelle Charpentier. The symposium focuses on various aspects of her research, including insights into the CRISPRCas technology, which has paved the way for development of new, effective treatments. Take this opportunity to listen to some of the world’s foremost scientists in genetic engineering.
Thu 28 Nov
09:00-17:00 | Aarhus University, Blue Auditorium, Building 1266
Graduate Course: Understanding Neuroscience 2019
“Understanding Neuroscience” is a graduate course that addresses multidisciplinary cellular and system neuroscience, tackling mechanisms of network operations in behaviourally- and clinically-important brain systems, such as the hippocampus, amygdala and motor areas. One major topic is to explain how specific neuron types contribute to brain functions. The course also provides an overview of current research themes and methods in cellular and system neuroscience. Each session is three hours in length and conducted by two or more speakers. Some of the speakers are international leaders in their research field coming from outside Denmark.
Fri 29 Nov
08:00-22:00 | EMBL Heidelberg, Germany
21st EMBL PhD Symposium FACING THE FUTURE
Join us for the 21st Anniversary of the annual EMBL PhD Symposium. Since its conception in 1999, the EMBL PhD Symposium has evolved into a highly respected scientific meeting, connecting young researchers and high-profile scientists alike. This year our Symposium centers on the theme Facing the Future: Challenges and Perspectives of Life Sciences in the 21st century.
Fri 29 Nov
09:00-13:00 | Aarhus University, Blue Auditorium, Building 1266
Graduate Course: Understanding Neuroscience 2019
“Understanding Neuroscience” is a graduate course that addresses multidisciplinary cellular and system neuroscience, tackling mechanisms of network operations in behaviourally- and clinically-important brain systems, such as the hippocampus, amygdala and motor areas. One major topic is to explain how specific neuron types contribute to brain functions. The course also provides an overview of current research themes and methods in cellular and system neuroscience. Each session is three hours in length and conducted by two or more speakers. Some of the speakers are international leaders in their research field coming from outside Denmark.
Sat 30 Nov
08:00-22:00 | EMBL Heidelberg, Germany
21st EMBL PhD Symposium FACING THE FUTURE
Join us for the 21st Anniversary of the annual EMBL PhD Symposium. Since its conception in 1999, the EMBL PhD Symposium has evolved into a highly respected scientific meeting, connecting young researchers and high-profile scientists alike. This year our Symposium centers on the theme Facing the Future: Challenges and Perspectives of Life Sciences in the 21st century

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