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The World of Genomics will be showcased from October 18-20, 2018, at the St. Louis Science Center, one of America’s most visited museums and a destination for all ages with an interest in learning about science and technology.
IGB Faculty Spotlight Lecture Ripan Mahli, PhD University of Illinois, Department of Anthropology "Paleogenomics, community engagement and evolutionary histories of Indigenous peoples of North America"
Cryptosystem designers assume that secrets will be manipulated in closed and isolated computing environments. The advent of ubiquitous, low-cost embedded computing devices is challenging this assumption. A mathematically correct implementation of strong cryptography is not necessarily secure as implementations leak information about the operations they perform. This talk g
FOX FAMILY INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP LECTURE David M. Kranz, PhD University of Illinois, Department of Biochemistry "Biotechnology Companies and the Rise of Cancer Immunotherapies"
Exam Topic: Image Processing and Synthesis: from Hand-crafted to Data-Driven Modeling
Shelley L. Berger, PhD University of Pennsylvania, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology "Epigenetic regulation in brain controlling behavior in ants and mammals"
Phil Hylemon, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Medicine "Antibiotics Secreted by Gut Bacteria Regulate Clostridium difficile growth and the Structure of the Gut Microbiome: Role of Secondary Bile Acids"
Henry T. Greely, PhD Stanford Law School, Director, Center for Law and the Biosciences