Updates in the Management of Portal Hypertension
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Updates in the Management of Portal Hypertension

In this webinar, James F. Crismale, MD, Recanati/Miller Transplantaion Institute discusses the newest data in managing portal hypertension.

A Woman's Journey: Walking on Pins and Needles
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A Woman's Journey: Walking on Pins and Needles

Kelly Geer Ripen speaks with neuromuscular expert Dr. Ahmet Höke defines peripheral neuropathy and discusses ways to diagnose and treat it.

Scalable and Efficient Systems for Large Language Models
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Scalable and Efficient Systems for Large Language Models

PhD student, Lianmin Zheng leads this talk introducing several systems he has designed and built to support the entire model lifecycle, from training to deployment to evaluation.

Planning with Graphs of Convex Sets (in the age of foundation models)
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Planning with Graphs of Convex Sets (in the age of foundation models)

Russ Tedrake, PhD, leads this MIT Robotics seminar about graphs with convex sets in the age of foundation models.

Gene Regulation and Neurological Disorders
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Gene Regulation and Neurological Disorders

UMass Chan Medical School postdocs present how gene regulation influences neurological disorders.

The Next Great Scientific Theory is Hiding Inside a Neural Network
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The Next Great Scientific Theory is Hiding Inside a Neural Network

In this Presidential Lecture from the Simons Foundation, Miles Cranmer will outline an innovative approach that leverages neural networks in the scientific process.

NISS/FCSM AI in Federal Government: Challenges in Confidentiality, Privacy, and Ethics for Use of AI
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NISS/FCSM AI in Federal Government: Challenges in Confidentiality, Privacy, and Ethics for Use of AI

In this webinar, a group of experts in artificial intelligence (AI) discuss the challenges it faces when utilized in a government setting.

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Landscapes, Global Change, and Health
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Landscapes, Global Change, and Health

In this distinguished seminar series, global experts are responding to the challenges of climate changes and how it effects health.

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Toward AI-Driven Discovery of Electroceuticals
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Toward AI-Driven Discovery of Electroceuticals

Dr. Michael Levin from the Allen Discovery Center at Tufts University discusses bioelectric networks as targets for regenerative medicine.

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Planning and preparing your essential career documents—for researchers globally
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Planning and preparing your essential career documents—for researchers globally

Your professional academic documents—such as your CV, manuscript cover letter, and response-to-reviewers file—strongly influence career success. A poorly written cover or response letter often leads to manuscript rejection, and an inadequate CV can cost you the offer for your academic dream job. To avoid these unfortunate outcomes, join this mon...

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DL applications in MS proteomics and single-cell genomics
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DL applications in MS proteomics and single-cell genomics

Dr. William Stafford Noble, Professor of Genome Sciences at the University of Washington presents various projects that apply deep neural networks to the analysis of large compendia of biological data.

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Know Brain Embrace Care: A Mixed Methods Study
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Know Brain Embrace Care: A Mixed Methods Study

In this webinar, Sarah Ibrahim, RN, MN, PhD, CHSE, from the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute discusses a mixed methods project that investigates brain health awareness, lifestyle medicine-related knowledge & behaviours among young adults with a stroke or high-risk transient ischemic attac...

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Resilience to Health Stressors: Hearing an Opportunity
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Resilience to Health Stressors: Hearing an Opportunity

Heather E. Whitson, MD, MHS presents a webinar on resilience and its relation to aging and health research.

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Measuring Data and Informing Relevant Partners
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Measuring Data and Informing Relevant Partners

This webinar session features programs that highlight the importance of aligning sepsis management with organizational strategies, keeping patient care at the center, and providing actionable, timely data to improve patient outcomes.

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AI tools in scientific publishing – an introduction
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AI tools in scientific publishing – an introduction

This webinar introduced how AI tools are currently applied in scientific publishing, highlighted the key questions shadowing their use, and explored what this means for EGU journals and beyond.

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Biomaterials-directed regenerative immunology
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Biomaterials-directed regenerative immunology

In this webinar, Dr. Jennifer Elisseeff from Johns Hopkins University presents "Biomaterials-directed regenerative immunology".

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Hidden Hazards: Water Table Flooding and Coastal Contamination
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Hidden Hazards: Water Table Flooding and Coastal Contamination

In this webinar, the complexities of water table flooding are explored, focusing on the barrier islands on the upper coast of Texas.

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microLife Webinar on Nucleotide Second Messenger Signaling
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microLife Webinar on Nucleotide Second Messenger Signaling

Authors from the Open Access journal of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies, microLife, discuss the microscopic realm with this webinar on bacterial nucleotide second messengers.

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How fly neurons compute the direction of visual motion
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How fly neurons compute the direction of visual motion

This webinar focuses on the research of the cellular and biophysical mechanisms by which the direction of image motion is computed in T4 and T5 neurons.

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New Concepts for Defining and Characterizing the Bovine Microactome
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New Concepts for Defining and Characterizing the Bovine Microactome

Dr. Tim McAllister, Principal Research Scientist at Agriculture and Agi-Food Canada talks about his comprehensive tracking of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) genes across systems, risk assessment, and discovery of a plasmid that makes bacteria resistant to 14 major antibiotics.

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From freshwater and saltwater: Investigating the 21st century evolution of the Aurora Subglacial Basin, East Antarctica, using coupled ice sheet modeling
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From freshwater and saltwater: Investigating the 21st century evolution of the Aurora Subglacial Basin, East Antarctica, using coupled ice sheet modeling

In this UTIG Seminar Series talk, Tyler Pelle from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography discusses recent developments of a freshwater system underlying the Aurora Subglacial Basin (ASB) of East Antarctica.

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T Cell Immunity to SARS-CoV-2 After mRNA Vaccination
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T Cell Immunity to SARS-CoV-2 After mRNA Vaccination

Dr. Marcus Buggert from the Karolinska Institutet discusses the effects of the mRNA vaccine to the T-Cells immunity to SARS-CoV-2.

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Semiconductor Industry: Present & Future
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Semiconductor Industry: Present & Future

Dr. Kevin Zhang, Senior Vice President of the Business Development & Overseas Operations Office at the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company provides an overview of the semiconductor industry.

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Bridging the Gap: Cell and Gene Therapies for Latent HIV Infection and Other Low-Antigen Diseases
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Bridging the Gap: Cell and Gene Therapies for Latent HIV Infection and Other Low-Antigen Diseases

This webinar aims to share the latest research findings on HIV prevention, care, and treatment, and highlight important developments in HIV-related research.

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NCA5 Webinar - Midwest
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NCA5 Webinar - Midwest

In this series of webinars on the findings of the Fifth National Climate Assessment (NCA5), this one expands on the Midwest section of the US.

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Fighting off journal rejections on the path to manuscript acceptance
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Fighting off journal rejections on the path to manuscript acceptance

The correct insight and skills can radically alter your publication success rate. The submission process is fraught with rejection, but navigating the errors, traps, and pitfalls can make successfully acceptance of your manuscript feel inevitable. Authors that master this confidence in their process have little trouble meeting their publishing goal...

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Ocean-Climate Solutions Innovation Exchange | MRV for Ocean-Based CDR: Modeling and Observations
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Ocean-Climate Solutions Innovation Exchange | MRV for Ocean-Based CDR: Modeling and Observations

In this webinar, the focus is on current innovations in Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification (MRV) for marine carbon dioxide removal (mCDR).

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Tips on Developing Your Research and Evaluation Plans for the 2024 S-STEM Grant Proposal
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Tips on Developing Your Research and Evaluation Plans for the 2024 S-STEM Grant Proposal

This webinar provides helpful tips on developing generation of knowledge (GoK) and evaluation plans for a 2024 S-STEM grant proposal.

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Jeff Dean (Google): Exciting Trends in Machine Learning
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Jeff Dean (Google): Exciting Trends in Machine Learning

Jeff Dean from Google discusses improved algorithms and major efficiency improvements in machine learning-specialized hardware.

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Exploring the potential of native Brazilian fruits for the production of novel low-alcohol fermented beverages
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Exploring the potential of native Brazilian fruits for the production of novel low-alcohol fermented beverages

Brazil has a vast biodiversity, with various native fruits rich in bioactive compounds. Generally, these fruits are produced by small-scale farmers and processed into pulp, which can be used to make beverages. Fermentation is widely employed to produce alcoholic beverages derived from fruits. Howeve...

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