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Mon 27 Jun

No-Code Programming for Biology Workshops 2022

27 June & 1st of July

This workshop aims to help biologists get up and running with building their own custom device for use in the lab and field. With simplified beginner’s kits, and a programme adapted for distance learning, we hope that this workshop can offer you a new set of skills that will be useful in your future career. No coding or electronics experience is required, and we will work though a number of simple tasks step-by-step. The workshop will take place over two sessions from 5:30-7:00pm on 27th June and 1st July, and will include hands-on sessions, as well as the opportunity to meet other budding biomakers.

If you’d like to attend, please register on our Eventbrite page.

You can find out more about the Biomaker and No-Code Programming for Biology programmes on the Biomaker website.

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Thu 7 Jul

Celebrating 2 years of the Early Rearchers Seminar Series: the future of reproduction research

Thursday 7 July, 3–7.30 pm, Fisher Building, St John’s College

An in-person networking event

PROGRAMME

Keynote lecture: ‘How molecular genetics shaped the first history of reproduction’,
Professor Nick Hopwood (History & Philosophy of Science)
Panel discussion: careers in reproduction
Flash talks from early career researchers
Followed by networking over food and drink
Register by 1 July: https://repro-networking-2022.eventbrite.co.uk/

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Fri 15 Jul

Centre for Trophoblast Research Placental Biology Course

11 - 15 July 2022 Online with some live sessions

This course is aimed at any scientist interested in placental biology.

Lecture and practical topics include:
Human & mouse placental development, organoids materno-fetal interactions, immunology transport angiogenesis, explant cultures, clinical study design stem, cell embryo models metabolism history of, human embryos grant/fellowship writing, epigenetic mechanisms genome editing.

Registration deadline: 1 July 2022

Student...................................£125
Postdoc...................................£150
MD/DVM/Group Leader....£300
Industry...................................£500

Limited bursaries/scholarships available. Please enquire before 24th June andprior to registration.

CONTACT: placentalbiologycourse@pdn.cam.ac.uk

www.trophoblast.cam.ac.uk/placentalbiologycourse

 

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Tue 11 Oct

2022 GSK UK Biopharm Postgraduate Symposium

Oral abstract deadline: 26th May 2022 - Poster abstract deadline: 26th May 2022

What?
The symposium will include both Poster and Oral Presentations. Each 20 minuteparticipant talk will be followed by 5 minutes for questions. Further, a number ofposter presenters will be selected to deliver flash oral presentations.

Who?
Postgraduate researchers (from 1stYear and up to &including those in Year 4 of PhD study) including, but not limited to, postgraduate researchers working in the following areas:
-The design, production orcharacterisationof antibody or antibody-like molecules/biopharma
-The investigation of molecular or cellular mechanisms in immunology, oncology or infectious diseases relating to antibody therapy
-Novel techniques or method development in support of the fields above e.g., cell line engineering/protein folding/AI

How?
One page abstract submission by: 26thMay 2022
Those selected will be notified by: 17thJune 2022
Based on abstract assessment at GSK, applicants will be selected to deliver either an Oral or Poster Presentation, or both.

Prizes
Prizes will be awarded for the best oral presentation and the best poster.

Event Details
To ensure the safety of our participants, this symposium will be held as an online event with timings and details to be confirmed at a later date.

For abstarct forms please contact
Laura West uzy55557@gsk.com

All applicants will be informed by 17th June 2022 if they have been selected to deliver an oral presentation or present a poster at the symposium.

Deadlines

Oral abstract deadline: 26thMay 2022
Poster abstract deadline: 26thMay 2022

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