Beckman Institute Calendar
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Stephen Maren - Texas A & M
Three Ph.D. students discuss their research.
Brad Sutton presents “How Stiff is Your Brain: Measuring Mechanical Properties with MRI."
"A Radical Re-Reading of the Past: The Historical Evidence of Mediated Medieval Texts” by Carol Symes, associate professor, History
Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs
Barria, Andres, University of Washington, Seattle “Molecular Mechanisms of Synaptic Plasticity. A Tale of Two Receptors.”
The University of Illinois Wheelchair Track Team by Adam Bleakney, head coach, wheelchair track team
Dr. Michael Mann, the director of the Penn State Earth System Science Center, will discuss "Dire Predictions: Understanding Global Warming."
A symposium on the topic of energy and the environment in honor of Theodore “Ted” Brown, the Founding Director of the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology.
Carol Cheatham - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill “A New Era in Understanding How Nutrigenetics and Nutrition Shape Cognitive Development”
“Less Metrics, More Rando: (Net) Art as Software Research by Ben Grosser, assistant professor, Art and Design
The Science Policy Group at UIUC is pleased to partner with the Research!America Bipartisan Research Initiative and the Beckman Institute to host 'Engaging Politicians with Science: An Open Discussion,' a non-partisan forum for candidates and scientists to discuss their perspectives on renewable energy and agricultural policy.
The Beckman Institute will once again be a host site for McKinley Health Center’s annual Flu Clinic, offering free flu shots for benefit eligible students and state employees.
Chip McNeill Jazz Quartet
“BIO-LOGIC: Biological Computation beyond the Turing Limit” by Kay Kirkpatrick, associate professor, Mathematics
Linda Rinaman - Florida State University “Gut-Brain Signaling and Motivated Behavior”