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IHSI’s Community-Academic Scholars Initiative offers University of Illinois undergraduate students the opportunity to pursue community-based research projects in Urbana-Champaign over the summer. During the 10-week program, students will develop applied research skills for measuring and maximizing impact in their work. All applications must be submitted by Feb 1, 2020.
AI is being applied to many challenging problems, yet it does not currently make major contributions to environmental issues, which urgently need creative, interdisciplinary solutions.
Digital twins are being defined as digital replications of living as well as nonliving entities that enable data to be seamlessly transmitted between the physical and virtual worlds. Digital twins facilitate the means to monitor, understand, and optimize the functions of all physical entities and for humans to provide continuous feedback to improve quality of life and well
"Building and Manipulating the Human Microbiome" Michael Fischbach, PhD Stanford University, Department of Bioengineering
The Donald B. Gillies Memorial Lecture is part of the Illinois Computer Science Speaker Series.
“CNS regulation of spontaneous physical activity in animal models and the impact on obesity resistance," Catherine M. Kotz, PhD, FTOS, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Integrative Biology and Physiology, University of Minnesota, Acting Associate Director of Research, GRECC , Minneapolis VA Health Care System, Minneapolis, MN, Vice President, The Obesity Society
Spontaneous physical activity (SPA) behavior, or the drive to move, is initiated by brain centers and could therefore be therapeutically targeted. A major goal of our work is to understand the brain circuitry driving SPA, so that obesity therapies based on SPA can be considered.
In this romance-comedy, handsome Sicilian Tanino (Corrado Fortuna) finds himself taken with Sally (Rachel McAdams), a sophisticated rich girl vacationing in Italy
Fall 2019 working group meetings of the Migration & Game Design Group. Students, faculty, staff & members of the Champaign-Urbana community are welcome. Lunch provided with RSVP to email@example.com by December 1st.
Andrew Shea, designer, writer, and educator, is assistant professor of Integrated Design at Parsons School of Design. He is also the author of Designing for Social Change: Strategies for Community-Based Design.
Andrew Shea, artist, critic
This month’s event will feature Amy L. Powell, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, and will highlight “Art Since 1948.” Reception to follow.
Prof. Paul Selvin, renowned biophysicist is working at the intersection of physics and biology, to explore the physics of a living cell, specifically the cell's highway system, and the processes that allow for the movement of cellular cargo.
In this workshop, I will ask the audience to consider such textbook language choices and discuss why it matters.
Israel Institute Visiting Scholar, Liat Maggid Alon, will present a work in progress based on her extensive research on the history of Jews in Egypt.
This Distinguished Lecture is part of the Illinois Computer Science Speaker Series.
"SOMAmers and SOMAscan: How Broad Proteomics Can Lead to More Understanding of Human Biology" Larry Gold, PhD Founder and Chairman of the Board, and former CEO of SomaLogic
While many animals use the earth's magnetic field to navigate their environment, much remains unknown about its molecular and cellular basis. We will present insights into the behavioral, cellular, and molecular basis for magnetoreception yielded by the tiny nematode worm, C. elegans.
Part of the Illinois Computer Science Speaker Series.
The Rare Book & Manuscript Library Annual Holiday Party, with Informal workshop on cutting your own quill. Presented by the Conservation Department as well as Doug Sanders, Paper Conservator for the Indiana University Libraries.
Part of the Illinois Computer Science Speakers Series.