Beckman Main Calendar
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Barria, Andres - University of Washington Seattle
Sean P. Mullen, Dept of Kinesiology and Community Health
Dr. Larry Lee
Dr. Anita Balgopal, Director, Office for the Protection of Research Subjects: Human Subjects Research
“X-Ray Vision: Introduction to Non-Destructive 3D Microscopy,” by Aya Takase, a senior scientist for the Rigaku Americas Corp.
Krook-Magnuson, Esther - University of Minnesota
3D Bioprinting for Cellular Machines by Rashid Bashir
Studies about Conformational Changes and Functional Movements Using Full-atom Model Combined with Coarse-grained and QM/MM
Spector, Alan - Florida State University
Lili Sahakyan, Dept of Psychology
Lyte, Mark - Iowa State University
Ross DeAngelis Defense - Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology. The topic is on anemonefish fathers, and how their brains and hormones are wired for fathering.
Join us at 1 pm for a celebration of Arnold Beckman's birthday, and a special announcement at 1:15 pm!
“Simultaneous Multi-method Brain Imaging Investigation of Human Brain Function: Evidence for a Proof of Concept” Matthew Moore, psychology, Beckman Institute Graduate Fellow, Social and Emotional Dimensions of Well-being Group
Dell'Acqua, Mark - University of Colorado Denver, School of Medicine
Andres Coila, "Backscatter coefficient estimation of echo signals in KZK nonlinear acoustic media" Trong Nguyen, "Reference free phantom classifications using RF data"
Dr. Lington Zhang
Aron Barbey, Dept of Psychology
Human Brain Stiffness: From Cognitive Neuroscience to the Clinic
Functional Proteomics of AMPA-type Glutamate receptor complex
Francis, Richard - Freelance Science Writer
Dr. Jeremy D. Meuser and Ms. C. K. Gunsalus, National Center for Professional and Research Ethics: Real World Ethics, Part 1
Monica Fabiani, Dept of Psychology
Dr. Jeremy D. Meuser and Ms. C. K. Gunsalus, National Center for Professional and Research Ethics: Real World Ethics, Part 2
NSP End of Year Celebration
Aiguo Han Gun Kim Lucia Albelda Gimeno
Director Jeff Moore, Beckman Institute
Interim Dean Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko and Julian Parrott
"Distilling Beauty and Art in Scientific Research," by Smitha Vishveshwara, associate professor of physics and member of the Social and Emotional Dimensions of Well-being Group
Kate Clancy, an associate professor of anthropology and member of the Social and Emotional Dimensions of Well-Being Group, will present "What Does Intersectional Feminist Biology Look Like?"
Martin Gruebele, professor of chemistry, speaks on "The Future Prospects of Science."
Greet the Illini 4000 cyclists as they make a stop in Urbana at the Beckman Institute. The Illini 4000 is a cross-country bicycle ride to raise money for cancer research and patient support services.