For information about the exhibit, concerts, and symposia, visit the Artificial Intelligence Art and Aesthetics Exhibition (AIAEE) website.
"Planning Your Scientific Journey" series is great for anybody who is working on developing an impactful and answerable scientific question and/or designing a research program for current and future positions.
OIST Cafe is a casual science information to introduce the OIST PhD Program and Research Internship Program. This time, Dr. Jelena Katic, a postdoctoral scholar at Neuronal Mechanism for Critical Period Unit and Mr. Osamu Horiguchi, a PhD student at Evolutionary Neurobiology Unit at OIST will join the session to introduce their research and student life at OIST.
Register now from here. Admission free.
Visit the registration website for further details on how to attend: http://www.iciibms.org/registration.html
Dr. Beverly Goodman, Faculty member, University of Haifa, Leon Chrney School, Department of Marine Geosciences
Update Session on Health and Safety 2017
General - mandatory for all
Special - mandatory for wet lab members
Online training will be available in due time.
Internal Seminar: Shohei Takaoka, Transcriptional feedback regulation controlled by mRNA decay factors and nucleocytoplasmic shuttlingFriday, November 24, 2017 - 16:00
Internal Seminar: Shohei Takaoka, PhD Student, Cell Signal Unit (Yamamoto Unit). Language: English, no interpretation
Internal Seminar: Nicolas Moreno, Hierarchical self-assembly of soft-patchy nanoparticles: Insights from computational simulationsFriday, November 24, 2017 - 16:30
Internal Seminar, Nicolas Moreno (Mathematics, Mechanics, and Materials Unit)
Skill Pill: Electronics for Computational Neuroscience will give your biophysics skills a quick boost!