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Science meets gaming

Emma Lundberg and her team will get layman help in their research project via a new computer game. The players’ task is to recognize patterns in microscope images of cells where proteins have been dyed in different colors.

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Keystone Symposium

May 31 – June 4, 2016

Understanding the Function of Human Genome Variation
Scientific Organizers: Kerstin Lindblad-Toh and Xavier Estivill

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Event: Single Cells – from microbes to human brain

Welcome to this year’s SciLifeLab Science Summit on April 28. The main topic is the current state and future perspectives of single cell research. In addition, the event features SciLifeLab scientific highlights from 2015 and a science-art exhibition.

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Science & SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists

To promote young scientists early in their career, SciLifeLab and Science magazine award an annual prize for the best PhD thesis work in life science.

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