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Konferenz
03.06. – 08.06.
2018
Newport, US
Three Dimensional Electron Microscopy

In the past few years, electron cryomicroscopy (cryo-EM) has emerged as an important tool for the analysis of biomolecular structures at resolutions that allow construction of atomic models. However, cryo-EM has the potential to do more than determine molecular structures. Cryotomography can ...

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Seminar
16.06. – 17.06.
2018
Newry, US
Forensic Analysis of Human DNA (GRS)

The Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) on Forensic Analysis of Human DNA is a unique forum for graduate students, post-docs, and other scientists with comparable levels of education and experience to share cutting-edge, new/unpublished scientific research.

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Seminar
16.06. – 17.06.
2018
Easton, US
Image Science (GRS)

We believe that Image Science has been playing, and will continue to play a central role in science and industry in the coming decades. So far, image science has been invaluable to the success and development of a broad range of domains such as medicine, astronomy, biochemistry and geology. A ...

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Konferenz
17.06. – 22.06.
2018
Easton, US
Image Science

Creating Knowledge from Imaging Data

The theme for the third GRC on Image Science is understanding the process of converting image data into knowledge discovery. Speakers from a broad range of disciplines will describe their most challenging imaging problems and newest solutions to inspire innovation in the science of imaging. A ...

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Konferenz
17.06. – 22.06.
2018
Newry, US
Forensic Analysis of Human DNA

Advances in the knowledge of the human genome combined with the capabilities of rapid DNA sequencing technologies offer the forensic DNA community the potential for new tools to enhance human identification capabilities from crime scene evidence and severely compromised human remains. ...

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Seminar
23.06. – 24.06.
2018
Newport, US
Bioanalytical Sensors (GRS)

The Gordon Research Seminar on Bioanalytical Sensors is a unique forum for graduate students, post-docs, and other scientists with comparable levels of experience and education to present and exchange new data and cutting edge ideas.

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Konferenz
24.06. – 29.06.
2018
Newport, US
Bioanalytical Sensors

New and existing challenges in the field of Bioanalytical Sensors require not only the expertise of a diverse group of investigators from a broad range of disciplines, but also opportunities for researchers to engage with each other and gain perspective about possible pathways to address such ...

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Seminar
14.07. – 15.07.
2018
Andover, US
In Vivo Magnetic Resonance (GRS)

The world of in vivo magnetic resonance is a dynamic place where physics, biology, engineering, and computer science have tangled for decades to create a remarkable tool for investigating biology and diagnosing disease. As new fields unfold (Big Data, artificial intelligence) and previously ...

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Konferenz
15.07. – 20.07.
2018
Andover, US
In Vivo Magnetic Resonance

Magnetic resonance is a phenomenon that, despite the underlying simplicity of its fundamental physical mechanisms, has proven to be a remarkably rich source of information about the structure and function of materials. The Gordon Research Conference on In Vivo Magnetic Resonance represents a ...

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Seminar
28.07. – 29.07.
2018
Biddeford, US
Vibrational Spectroscopy (GRS)

The Gordon Research Seminar on Vibrational Spectroscopy is a unique forum for graduate students, post-docs, and other scientists with comparable levels of experience and education to present and exchange new data and cutting edge ideas.

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