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Responsible research in biosciences: Challenges for mainstreaming (STARBIOS2 final conference)
Science is a part of society and co-evolves with it. But science-society relationships are changing, and biosciences are at the core of these changes. Join us for our final event on 29 May, when we discuss the changing relationship between science and society, and what this means for responsible research and innovation (RRI).
Genomic seminar, Arianna Cocco "Study of the GABA signaling system in the zebrafish brain"
Contact Jennfier Meadows for current zoom link
Half Time Seminar
Title :” Current and future technologies for measurements of
mosaic loss of chromosome Y.”
Covid-19 and Open Science
“Covid-19 and Open Science” will be an opportunity to learn from and discuss Open Science approaches, methodologies and best practice used by STARBIOS2 partners involved in fighting the novel coronavirus and Covid-19. Join us on 29 May 2020, at 18:00 CEST!
Halftime seminar Nick Brown: "Global controversies in child pneumonia in Low and Middle Income Countries"
CANCELLED - IMBact seminar, Lisa Allander
Tumorbiology seminar, Yae Ohata
Louise von Essen will return with a new schedule for autumn 2020.
Half time seminar Lieve van Egmond
Title: “Dietary behavior and sleep in older men”
Zoom link: https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/66971730398
Host: Christian Benedict, PI, Health consequences of sleep loss,
Dissertation Marina Forslund
Title:A nutrition intervention in men with prostate cancer – Exploring effects on bowel symptoms from radiotherapy, patient experience, and nutrient intake”