Seminar

Life Sciences seminars at the University of Geneva

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/ Geneva Biology Club at unknown (Virtual seminar)

Engineering design of the elephant trunk

By Paule Dagenais (Genetics and Evolution)

Every 3rd Monday of the month, a Post-Doc in the Life Sciences field will present their work at 12:15 am. The talk (~20 minutes) should address a wide audience and it will be followed by questions and discussion. Their PI will be invited to introduce the speaker. This will be an opportunity for all of us to get to know our Post-Doc colleagues and to learn about their scientific work. Furthermore, this is a renewed opportunity to bring together researchers from different fields of biology, to hear exciting results, and to exchange ideas. The Biology Club talks are open to everyone! We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Hosted by APDU

/ Faculty of Sciences at unknown (Virtual seminar)

External keynote speakers + UNIGE postdocs

By PostDoc Day 2021 (UNIGE and other)

Join and meet your fellow researchers in Switzerland! Postdoctoral fellows are encouraged to submit an abstract to present their current research with a talk or poster. PIs, PhDs and Master students are also welcome to attend. For any further information regarding the Postdoc Day : https://www.unige.ch/apdu/postdoc-days/information/ PDD is : one full work day, including 3 Keynote Sessions, a roundtable session focused on postdoc career, talks given by Postdoctoral researchers from the University of Geneva and poster session! Detailed program and registration link will be released soon.

Hosted by APDU

/ Geneva Biology Club at unknown (Virtual seminar)

Structural studies of TORC1 signaling regulation

By Lucas Tafur Petrozzi (Molecular Biology)

We are pleased to inform you that the Biology Club will continue in 2020-2021! Following the measures adopted by the UNIGE to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, we will organize the seminars virtually. Every 3rd Monday of the month, a Post-Doc in the Life Sciences field will present their work at 12:15 am. We will hold the talks in room 1S059, and we will stream them live by Zoom (the link will be sent by e-mail to the participants before each meeting). The talk (~20 minutes) should address a wide audience and it will be followed by questions and discussion. Their PI will be invited to introduce the speaker. This will be an opportunity for all of us to get to know our Post-Doc colleagues and to learn about their scientific work. Furthermore, this is a renewed opportunity to bring together researchers from different fields of biology, to hear exciting results, and to exchange ideas. We are looking forward to seeing you there! The Biology Club talks are open to everyone!

Hosted by APDU