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Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz - Brugg
Health
Biointerfaces International Conference (BIC) 2024that Basel, Switzerland-s pharmaceutical capital, has to offer.  The scientific excellence and  diverse program  that attendees appreciate will   ...   technology strengths ... remain unchanged. Learn about exciting science and technologies across experimental and computational disciplines in...
ZHAW - Zurich University of Applied Sciences - Zurich
Life Sciences
Day of Life Sciences hosts Competencies in Drug Discovery, 2nd EditionGA, Aula Hauptgebäude, Wädenswil" }, "name": "15th Day of Life Sciences hosts Competencies in Drug Discovery, 2nd Edition", "description":
Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz - Brugg
Life Sciences - Innovation
Next-gen single-cell omics workshop 2024167D, 4123 Allschwil Veranstaltet durch Hochschule für Life Sciences Hochschule für Life Sciences FHNW CSEM Veranstaltungssprache
University of Zurich - Zurich
Life Sciences
From neuroimaging and translation to psychedelic research: climbing up the evidence pyramid
27 May 2024
Music - Campus
Master's graduation concerts at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
 {EN, Mara Lobo} {DE, Mara Lobo} {FR, Mara Lobo} {IT, Mara Lobo} Master's graduation concerts at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts ... will once again take place at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts: over 100 Master's students from the Department of Music
27 May 2024
Environment - Life Sciences
Barbara Jozef wins the Lush Young Researcher Prize
Barbara Jozef was awarded the Young Researcher Prize at last week's award ceremo that this year's award includes environmental research. Normally, science focuses on human toxicology - i.e. the effects of pollutants on...
27 May 2024
Life Sciences
How and why different cell division strategies evolve
Sphaeroforma arctica undergoing closed mitosis. Sample stained and imaged using Scientists, in collaboration with researchers at EMBL Heidelberg, have discovered that a group of marine protists (eukaryotic organisms) closely related to animals use open or closed mitosis based on their life cycle stages, suggesting that the way animal cells perform cell division evolved long before animals themselves.
26 May 2024 - University of Fribourg - Fribourg
Life Sciences
Technician position in Comparative Neuroscience
25 May 2024 - Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg im Breisgau - Freiburg
Life Sciences - Pharmacology
PhD Candidates (Phd) (m/f/d)at the University of Freiburg We are performing basic scientific research in the area of voltage and ligand gated ion channels. We are   ...   please refer to the following publications: Sakurai et al., Science 2015, 347, 995-998 Castonguay et al., Sci Rep 2017, 7,10038, 1-15...
24 May 2024
Life Sciences - Health
FMI senior group leader Prisca Liberali joins ETH Zurich as professor
Beginning in June 2024, Prisca Liberali will hold dual positions as a senior gro FMI in 2015, Liberali has made significant contributions to several scientific disciplines, ranging from fundamental chemistry to in vivo tissue   ...   Research (FMI), joins the Basel-based Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering (D-BSSE) of ETH Zurich as a Professor of
23 May 2024
Environment - Life Sciences
Cornelia Twining and Barbora Trubenová appointed assistant professors at ETH Zurich
Cornelia Twining (left, photo: Eawag) and Barbora Trubenová (right, photo: IST A assistant professors at the Department of Environmental Systems Science at ETH Zurich by the ETH Board. This involves a position as group...
22 May 2024
Health - Pharmacology
Gentler cell therapies for blood cancerResearchers have developed an approach to -deleting- a blood system affected by leukemia while simultaneously building up a new, healthy system with donor blood stem cells. Writing in the journal Nature, the team reports on the promising results obtained in animal experiments and with human cells in the laboratory.
22 May 2024
Life Sciences - Psychology
The double face of fentanyl: the neuronal basis of opioid addiction
C ells with mu-opioid receptors are activated in the ventral tegmental area duri Scientists from the University of Geneva have discovered that fentanyl leads to the activation of two distinct cell populations in the brain, first when the drug is taken and then during withdrawal, suggesting a novel model for opioid addiction.
22 May 2024
Economics - Environment
New impetus for regional growth
 {EN, Romoos, Entlebuch (Copyright: UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch)} {DE, Romoos, En Business and Regional Economics IBR at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts implements innovative projects that sustainably strengthen
21 May 2024 - University of Zurich - Zurich
Life Sciences - Mathematics
PhD Position: Neural Implementation of Hierarchya maximum two samples of your own work (e.g., master thesis, scientific essays / student research papers / publications; one can send the   ...   with the goal of creating a new discipline, Evolutionary Language Science, that targets the past and future of language. The center consists of...
21 May 2024 - Biogen - Baar
Pharmacology - Life Sciences
Inspired by the science: Mother, daughter reflect on 50 plus years at Biogenprocesses and cell line development in Biotherapeutics and Medicinal Sciences. Her daughter, Dolnikova-Smith, is currently a Business Operations...
21 May 2024
Health - Life Sciences
How immune cells recognize the abnormal metabolism of cancer cells
The research team's findings have been published in the journal Science Immunology . The immunologists working with De Libero discovered
16 May 2024
Health - Life Sciences
An architectural gem and cutting-edge research facility in Basel
ETH Zurich's new BSS teaching and research building is located on the Schällemät new BSS teaching and research building on the Schällemätteli life science campus in Basel will officially open its doors today. The building...
16 May 2024
Life Sciences
Quantifying inbreeding: a novel model for monitoring genetic health
 {EN, Phenotype and genotype data from adult house sparrows were used to illustr in the latest edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). Accurate quantification of this inbreeding, which can have...
16 May 2024
Health - Pharmacology
At the right time for tumoursBy examining the immune modulations of tumours during the day, scientists from the University of Geneva and the LMU Munich are demonstrating their impact on the diagnosis and management of patients.