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IGB Postdoc Association Presents
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Cecilia Gentle, PhD
IGB Economic Development Fellow
Kwaku Opoku, PhD
Technology Manager, Office of Technology Management

"Academia or industry, why you should think about inventorship"

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IGB Postdoc Association Presents
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Diana Ranoa, PhD
IGB Fellow, Anticancer Discovery from Pets to People

“Building the SHIELD saliva-based COVID-19 surveillance system from the ground up: A personal story”

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IGB PIONEERS SEMINAR - GNDP
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Elaine Fuchs, PhD
The Rockefeller University; Rebecca C. Lancefield Professor, Investigator Howard Hughes Medical Institute

"Skin Stem Cells: Coping With Stress"

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Chambana Science Cafe
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Jonathan Sweedler
James R. Eiszner Family Endowed Chair in Chemistry
Director of the School of Chemical Science

Measuring the Chemistry of the Brain

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Genomes at Home - Personalized Health
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For our last day, we're going to be doing some folding. But not with paper! We'll be folding DNA structures.

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To register for any of the Saturday events and find info on downloading or picking up materials click here

From the creators of Genome Day, Genomes at Home is a series of hands-on activities that can be done on Zoom from the comfort of your own home. Designed for elementary and middle school children, activities will be led by IGB scientists live on video and cover topics including the environment, energy use & production, health, and fundamental research at the IGB in an approachable manner for all ages. View https://www.igb.illinois.edu/acquainted/genomes-home for full details.

 

Genomes at Home - DNA to Drugs
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We are going to explore how medicine can work differently for different people, in different ways ... 

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To register for any of the Saturday events and find info on downloading or picking up materials click here

From the creators of Genome Day, Genomes at Home is a series of hands-on activities that can be done on Zoom from the comfort of your own home. Designed for elementary and middle school children, activities will be led by IGB scientists live on video and cover topics including the environment, energy use & production, health, and fundamental research at the IGB in an approachable manner for all ages. View https://www.igb.illinois.edu/acquainted/genomes-home for full details.

 

Biomineralization: Life Harnessing Mineral Growth Over Four Billion Years
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Join Chicago Council on Science and Technology and geology Professor Bruce Fouke (BCXT) for a discussion on biomineralization, the process of life controlling mineral growth in the environment, and its modern applications. Sponsored by the Don and Catherine Kleinmuntz Center for Genomics in Business and Society. Register here.

IGB SEMINAR - CGD
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Benjamin Miller, PhD
University of Rochester; Professor, Department of Dermatology

"Decoding Complex Biology with Silicon Photonic Sensors"

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Genomes at Home - Brains and Behavior
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We're all about how humans think and act this week.

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To register for any of the Saturday events and find info on downloading or picking up materials click here

From the creators of Genome Day, Genomes at Home is a series of hands-on activities that can be done on Zoom from the comfort of your own home. Designed for elementary and middle school children, activities will be led by IGB scientists live on video and cover topics including the environment, energy use & production, health, and fundamental research at the IGB in an approachable manner for all ages. View https://www.igb.illinois.edu/acquainted/genomes-home for full details.

 

IGB Postdoc Association Presents
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Elizabeth Stulberg, PhD
Science Policy Manager, American Society of Agronomy

“Careers in Science Policy: How to Succeed Outside Academia”

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