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Lecture series: Marta Bally

Marta Bally is working at the interface between physics and biology at the Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden. She will talk about “Lipidic assemblies; from diagnostic assays to cell-membrane mimics”.

Lecture series: Celine Maeder

Celine Maeder will talk about “In vivo neuron-wide microscopy reveals differential regulation of synaptic vesicle precursor trafficking”

Lecture series: Nicole King

Nicole King, Associate Professor of Genetics, Genomics & Development at the University of California (Berkeley) will talk about “Choanoflagellates, colonies, and the origin of animals”.

Lecture series: Eric Potma

Eric Potma, Associate Professor of Chemistry in the School of Physical Sciences at UC Irvine, will talk about “Chemical Imaging with Coherent Raman Scattering”.

Yeast Systems Biology course

This workshop is of high interest to not only students studying yeasts but also to those working on poorly characterized proteins in higher eukaryotes that have obvious homologues in budding yeast

NCCR Chemical Biology Retreat 2012

In a bucolic setting above the Lac Léman, in Jongny, we will spend 22 and 23 June 2012, staying overnight to discuss project progress, learn, exchange ideas, and get to know each other better.

Workshop: Swiss Soft Days come to Geneva

Besides well established scientific figures, the workshops are aimed at emerging researchers, especially assistant professors, post-docs and PhD students. The short duration of the talks and the frequency of the meetings throughout Switzerland are meant to rapidly develop active, up-to-date communications and cover various inter-disciplinary areas of research.

NCCR Symposium on Chemical Biology

The NCCR Chemical Biology Symposium highlights technological advances at the interface of chemistry and biology and their use to address key problems in biology

Seminar series: Freddy Radtke

The Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine Seminar Series is organized by Professor Ariel Ruiz i Altaba, Department of Genetics and development in the School of Medicine at the University of Geneva