We are excited to host a new Coaching in Science Initiative (CSI) Seminar titled: ‘Moving our Mental Roadblocks’ In this CSI seminar, we will raise awareness about mental obstacles and barriers that keep us from the change we want. We will explore Why sustainable change has yet to happen for us, How we can change […]
Events and courses
Bringing life science professionals together and furthering skills in the scientific community are in SciLifeLab’s DNA. Our many events and courses, which span a wide range of topics, present opportunities to develop your know-how and share your own experiences and network – sparking new ideas, as well as new collaborations.
If you are part of the SciLifeLab community, you can submit an event to this calendar.
Mini symposium on “Activity-regulated organization of neuronal protein at the molecular scale” For attendees without SciLifeLab access, we will meet you at the reception of SciLifeLab at 1.50 pm. Program 2.00 – 3.00 PM Molecular function of Arc in brain plasticity: from hub protein to retroviral-like capsid Clive Bramham, University of Bergen, Norway 3.00 – 4.00 PM Deciphering the spatiotemporal […]
The chemical biology unit (CBCS) and the Drug discovery and development (DDD) platform at SciLifeLab have calls out for projects – see https://anubis.scilifelab.se CBCS is looking for projects in Chemical Biology which includes assay development for small molecule screening and profiling, as well as enabling chemistry. For more information, please visit www.cbcs.se. The DDD platform has a call […]
Welcome to a brief update on the status of the Data Science Node (DSN) for Cell and Molecular Biology (CMB) and information about a community survey that will open after this meeting. Data Science Node management, Sverker Holmgren and Thomas Svensson will describe the survey and answer questions. The event is open to everyone. Please […]
The Centre for Cellular Imaging is pleased to announce the purchase and installation of the Lightsheet 7 fluorescence microscopemicroscope. Light sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) uses a thin sheet of light to excite only fluorophores within the focal volume. It is ideal for fast and gentle imaging of whole living model organisms, tissues, and cells as […]
Wei Ouyang, DDLS fellow, Royal Institute of Technology, KTH