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This workshop aims at enabling an arena for researchers, policy advisors and legal practitioners to discuss current developments on debates on access to and commercial exploitation of biodiversity. Some key questions: What happens when physical collections become digital data? How would data be published, stored and shared? How would the access to digital collections be regulated? How would that affect access to physical collections? Do we need national systems for monitoring access and use of physical/digital collections? What are best policy solutions? We invite DLN partners to a 1-day workshop. The workshop will start by inviting a discussion on main challenges regarding access to genetic materials in Norway, to follow on the particular debate on access to and use of Digital Sequence Information (DSI) as it is currently addressed in the framework of the Nagoya Protocol. In this regard, the workshop includes a focus the shortcomings of the notion of DSI, and on current debates on monitoring and tracking systems for digital genetic information.
Join us for our three-day intensive workshop on scientific writing - manuscript progress guaranteed!
In this course we will cover how to generate a data management plan for a Life Science research project, which will meet the requirements of the funding organisations.
Topology, a field of pure mathematics, has gained popularity in recent years for its application to complex multi-dimensional datasets. This lecture will provide many examples of its use within biological sciences.
Dr. Matti Nykter, Professor at the Tampere University, Finland, will present the lecture "Computational analysis to understand aberrant gene expression and treatment induced responses in prostate cancer."
In the frame of Research Council of Norway projects INBioPharm and NORUSCASA, SINTEF and NTNU cordially invite interested students and researchers to the first talks of a new seminar series on Metagenomics for Pharmaceutical Innovation.
World-leading developers of advanced next-generation live-cell microscopy techniques assemble in Tromsø to deliver lectures on bio-imaging application, implementation details, and underlying fundamental concepts.
As part of the Oslo Life Science Conference 2020, the Gözen group at NCMM will exhibit a range of their microscopy images at the Kunstplass Contemporary Art Exhibition Space in central Oslo.
Professor Arnoldo Frigessi at Faculty of Medicine, UiO will be talking about Artificial Intelligence and medicine - with examples and critical thoughts.
NCMM presents a seminar by Dr Bernhard Schmierer, Senior Researcher and Head of the Genome Engineering Core Facility, SciLifelab and Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.
A pre-event to Norwegian Biochemical Society's contact meeting - for PhD students and postdocs only.
Dr. Colm Ryan, Assistant Professor at the University College Dublin, will present the lecture "Identifying robust genetic interactions in cancer."
Dr. Veronika Cheplygina, Assistant Professor at the research group Medical Image Analysis of the department of Biomedical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology, will present her lecture on "Multiple instance learning in biomedical applications."
NCMM presents a seminar by Dr Thomas Boesen, Affiliated Researcher in DANDRITE and Cryo-EM Facility Manager, Aarhus University, Denmark.
NCMM presents a special symposium featuring eight international guest speakers.
The environmental sciences rely on data from many different fields and information sources. These have to be combined and integrated to extract knowledge about how the environment is changing and the underlying causes. We are happy to have Elisa Ravagnan, senior scientist at NORCE, here to present and discuss how this can be done.
In conjugation with the PhD course Metabolomics- Methods and Applications, there will be a mini-seminar open for everyone.
What are the available infrastructures and core facilities for metabolomics and metabolic analysis in Norway? How about available services for data analysis, bioinformatics and modelling of metabolic systems?
The aim of this course is to provide an overview of molecular medicine topics relevant to:
- Disease mechanisms and development
- Translational medicine
- The future of diagnostics and targeted therapies integrated to stratified, tailored and personalized medicine.
Professor Taipale, professor of Medical Systems Biology, will present his research as part of the NCMM Seminar Series.
This course will provide an introduction to the computational analysis and reconstruction of both small and genome-scale metabolic networks.
Dr. Tero Aittokallio, Professor at the Oslo Centre for Biostatistics and Epidemiology and Group Leader at the Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo, Norway, will present his lecture "Predictive modelling of drug combination effects for precision medicine."
An open seminar by EATRIS Operations Director Anton Ussi.