Past Events

Student panel discussion: thesis proposal exam

2018-09-21
C700

Student panel discussion about thesis proposal exam

[Seminar] Genetic Connectivity and Speciation of Coral Reef Benthos

2018-09-21
C700, Lab3

[Seminar]

Title: Genetic Connectivity and Speciation of Coral Reef Benthos

Speaker: Professor Nina Yasuda

Institution: Department of Marine Biology and Environmental Sciences, Miyazaki University

[Seminar] An integrative approach to marine conservation in the Amazon of the ocean

2018-09-20
C210, Centre Bldg

[Seminar]

Title: An integrative approach to marine conservation in the Amazon of the ocean

Speaker: Professor Paul Barber

Institution: Integrative Biology, University of California, Los Angeles

[PhD Thesis Presentation] -Patricia H. Wepfer- Spatial genetic structure in the coral genus Galaxea (Euphyllidae) and their associated Symbiodinium communities

2018-09-20
C700, Lab3

Thesis Public Presentation

Presenter: Patricia H. Wepfer

Title: Spatial genetic structure in the coral genus Galaxea (Euphyllidae) and their associated Symbiodinium communities

Date&Time: September 20th, 9:00am

Venue: C700, Lab3

Welcome to Class of 2018 New Students

2018-09-03
OIST Auditorium

Welcome Ceremony for Class of 2018 New Students

[Seminar] Two quantum phase transitions in nano-confined helium by Professor Keiya Shirahama

2018-08-22
B700, Lab3

[Seminar]

Title: Two quantum phase transitions in nano-confined helium

Speaker: Professor Keiya Shirahama

Institution: Department of Physics, Keio University

 

[Seminer] Plasmons in Metallic Nanostructures: Excitation, Propagation and Detection by Prof. Paul Leiderer

2018-08-22
B700, Lab3

[Seminer]

Title: Plasmons in Metallic Nanostructures: Excitation, Propagation and Detection

Speaker: Prof. Paul Leiderer

Institution: University of Konstanz, Germany

[PhD Thesis Presentation] - Jui-Yin Lin - Transport properties of strongly correlated 2D electrons confined in microchannels

2018-08-21
C210, Center Building

Thesis Public Presentation

Presenter: Jui-Yin Lin

Title: Transport properties of strongly correlated 2D electrons confined in microchannels

Date&Time: August 21st, 9:00am

Venue: C210, Center Building

 

 

Science Communication is a 2-way Street

2018-08-20
B700

Sarah McAnulty is a PhD candidate at UConn and is something of a SciComm powerhouse. She founded the successful Skype a Scientist program, which connects classrooms and researchers all over the world, she regularly gives general audience science talks and hosts science trivia nights, and she does an amazing job communicating her science through social media (she has 8,679 twitter followers). Sarah  will come to OIST and give a talk or workshop about SciComm.

[Seminar] Comparative Transcriptomic and Epigenomic Analyses of Retinal Müller Glia during Different Damage Paradigms in Zebrafish, Chick, and Mouse by Professor David R. Hyde

2018-08-15
Seminar Room B503, Center Building

[Seminar]

Title: Comparative Transcriptomic and Epigenomic Analyses of Retinal Müller Glia during Different Damage Paradigms in Zebrafish, Chick, and Mouse

Speaker: Professor David R. Hyde

Institution: University of Notre Dame

Seminar Venue: B503, Center Building

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