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Tech-Know Tuesdays

Tech-know Tuesday

This event, a joint effort between CSCI post-docs Dan Prins (Green lab) and Craig McDonald (Kent lab) and the Cambridge Institute Scientists Society (CISSoc) from the CRUK CI, brings together researchers from across Cambridge to discuss the latest technologies and their application to stem cell research.

Talks are now held fortnightly and are followed by a chance to network with researchers from across the Institute and other departments from the Biomedical Campus and central Cambridge.

We are always looking for speakers, so please get in touch with , or the if you're interested.

Upcoming events:

Date

Speaker

Title/Topic

21st July

Fadwa Joud, CRUK-CI

TBC

28th July                       

Prof. Pietro Cicuta, Head of Biological and Soft Systems Group, Dept. of Physics

"Microfluidics and Cheap Live Cell Imaging"

 

Past events:

Date Speaker Title/Topic
11th Feb

Craig McDonald, CSCI

 

"CellCelector: automated rare cell isolation"

Eric Rahrmann, CRUK-CI

"Operetta: enumerating differential cell growth states, a biological perspective”

10th March                                                    Alessandro Esposito, Hutchison/MRC

“Live single-cell biochemistry by light”    

12th May

Katherine Ridley, Cambridge Stem Cell Institute (Rowitch group)

"RNAscope"

Watch the talk  (Raven login required) 

26th May

Sarah Lindsay, Dept of Surgery

"Bioprinting"

Watch the talk (Raven login required)

9th June

Adrien Hallou, Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, Gurdon Institute and Cavendish Lab (Simons Group)

"Machine learning for image analysis"

Watch the talk (Raven login required)

23rd June

James Patterson, The Milner Therapeutics Institute

"Metabolic engineering generates a transgene-free safety switch for cell therapy"

Watch the talk (Raven login required)

In partnership with:

CISSoc               CRUK CI

The Cambridge Stem Cell Institute is a world-leading centre for stem cell research.

Our mission: to transform human health through a deep understanding of stem cell biology.

 

The Institute is funded by Wellcome and the Medical Research Council.

         

 

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