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The fifth annual symposium hosted by International Food Security at Illinois.
Seminar by Jie Shan, professor of Applied and Engineering Physics, Cornell University,y on using atomically thin magnetic materials and electrical means to control magnetism.
Ruby Mendenhall, an associate professor of sociology, of African-American Studies, and of urban and regional planning, will speak about "Documenting How Gun Violence Affects Public Life and Public Health Using Wearable Sensors, Genomic Analysis and Other Methods."
Rodolphe Barrangou, PhD North Carolina State University, Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences
Three Ph.D. students discuss their research.
Dan Davidson Director of CNRG and Research Computing "Maximizing HPC Efficiency"
Molecular & Integrative Physiology Seminar: MIP Students/Postdocs, Liqian Ma (E. Nelson Lab), "Mechanisms by which 27-Hydroxycholesterol Promotes Breast Cancer Metastasis" and Hao Sun (K. Kemper Lab) "MicroRNA-802 in Obesity Promotes Diabetes and Fatty Liver by Targeting AMP-activated Protein Kinase"
University of Illinois Social Work is holding a year-long lecture series designed to meet the profession’s grand challenge of harnessing technology for social good. Registration is required for each date. These events are free and open to the public. Lunch is provided. Attendance is capped at 30 people per seminar. Register early to attend.
Professor Narayan Aluru presents “Layered Materials for Energy Conversion."
FREE coffee and treats. You're invited to bring a friend, stop by and take a break!
The 2019 AERA Annual Meeting's theme is: Leveraging Education Research in a “Post-Truth” Era: Multimodal Narratives to Democratize Evidence
Excel 2016: PivotTables & PivotCharts
Autumn Knight, performance artist; Amy L. Powell, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art; and Sandra Ruiz, Assistant Professor of Latina/Latino Studies are featured in this conversation. They will discuss the recently published book Autumn Knight: In Rehearsal, the first comprehensive publication on the New York-based performance artist. This event is free (donations accep
Nancy Keller, PhD University of Wisconsin – Madison Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology
Single-Molecule Switching nanoscopy (SMS) methods overcome the diffraction limit and achieve 10-fold resolution improvement at the cost of temporal resolution. It typically requires several minutes to reconstruct a single SMS image. To advance the throughput of SMS and enable applications in large-scale biological studies, we have developed a nanoscopy system that achieves
Three experts from across campus will each discuss their research related to biodiversity and conservation and respond to questions from attendees.
Genomics and Society Distinguished Public Lecture Leslie Vosshall, PhD Robin Chemers Neustein Professor, The Rockefeller University "Thirst for Blood: Mosquito Neurobiology and Behavior" 4:00pm reception, 5:00pm lecture
Icek Aizen is a leading expert in the fields of behavior prediction and behavior change interventions and has been awarded numerous honors for his work, as well as a ranking as the most influential social-personality psychologist by cumulative impact.
Join us for the premier of Quantum Rhapsodies. The live performance features narrative, music, and visuals. It features the Jupiter String Quartet in collaboration with creator and physicist Smitha Vishveshwara, Beckman Institute researchers and visualization experts, Protagonist Pizza Productions, theater-maker Latrelle Bright, the students of PHYS 498 ART, and more.
The Spring 2019 Still Man Lecture features H.-S. Philip Wong, the Willard R. and Inez Bell Professor in the School of Engineering at Stanford University, who will discuss changes in computing architecture and the development of "new" memories that address energy efficiency limitation and memory access latency.
Speaker: Valter Longo, PhD, University of Southern California This event is free and open to the public. Immediately following the lecture, guests are invited to attend a reception in honor of the Visek family and our featured speaker.
On April 11, 2019, The University of Illinois College of Medicine at Urbana-Champaign in partnership with the Interdisciplinary Health Science Institute, and additional sponsorship by the Division of Nutritional Sciences and Center on Health, Aging, and Disability will be hosting the 2019 Willard J. and Priscilla F. Visek lecture.
Hear Jennifer Smith, a local K-12 educator, talk about her experiences collaborating with European colleagues.
The IGB has partnered with the National Academies to present DecisionTown in the World of Genomics, where families can engage with hands-on activities to see how everyday decisions are influenced by science, engineering, and medicine.
Multiple Sclerosis Research Day will showcase the breadth and quality of MS research on the Illinois campus.
Daniel Benjamin, PhD University of Southern California, Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research "Social-Science Genomics: Promises, Pitfalls, and Progress Report"
Lunch with the Core Mikel Hernaez IGB Director of Computational Genomics "Reducing the Footprint of Genomic Information Via Standardized Formats"
The Research Spotlight Series is featuring the College of Engineering's Illini Solar Car Team. Come and hear the research team discuss challenges and opportunities as they create a solar car.
The signature event of Undergraduate Research Week, the Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS) has been held on the University of Illinois (U of I) campus since 2008.
Dr. Gaston’s talk will focus on his research from his 2010 book entitled, The Challenge of Bologna: What European Education Has to Teach Us and Why It’s Important That We Learn It (2010).
The Cancer Center at Illinois is pleased to present the Faculty Seminar Series. Each session includes brief individual talks from a group of faculty members followed by a Q&A period. Registration is encouraged but not required for attendance.