Chemistry and Food: Safety, Authenticity, and Other Challenges
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Chemistry and Food: Safety, Authenticity, and Other Challenges

The National Academies of Earth and Life Studies discusses the importance of food chemistry safety, authenticity, and unique challenges.

Webinar on the Potential of Genome Editing for Sustainable Agriculture
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Webinar on the Potential of Genome Editing for Sustainable Agriculture

Dr. Leena Tripathi, Director of Eastern Africa Hub, discusses the possibility of gene editing for sustainable agriculture.

Two Paths to Intelligence
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Two Paths to Intelligence

Geoffrey Hinton provides a lecture about various learning algorithms for digitial computation.

Visualization and Analysis of HPC Simulation Data with VisIt
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Visualization and Analysis of HPC Simulation Data with VisIt

Cyrus Harrison of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory discusses the visualization and analysis of HPC simulation data with VisIt.

Where Did Chemistry Begin? A Search for its Origins
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Where Did Chemistry Begin? A Search for its Origins

In this webinar, Professors Matteo Martelli and Eduardo Escobar from the University of Bologna explore the origins of chemistry.

Artificial Intelligence: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Yaser Abu-Mostafa
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Artificial Intelligence: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Yaser Abu-Mostafa

Professor Abu-Mostafa from CalTech describes the pros and cons of artificial intelligence in this webinar.

Anthropology Communicates on International Humanitarian Action
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Anthropology Communicates on International Humanitarian Action

In this webinar, a social science capability and using anthropology in its humanitarian programmes is discussed.

Medical Deception: Understanding Munchausen Syndrome, with Marc Feldman, MD, and Janet Cahill, PhD
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Medical Deception: Understanding Munchausen Syndrome, with Marc Feldman, MD, and Janet Cahill, PhD

Psychiatrist Marc Feldman, MD, and psychologist Janet Cahill, PhD discuss the disorder "Munchausen syndrome."

FEMS Microbiology Ecology Webinar on Biogeochemical Cycling
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FEMS Microbiology Ecology Webinar on Biogeochemical Cycling

This webinar summarizes three recent papers published in FEMS Microbiology Ecology.

Teaching Earth and Space Science with PhET Interactive Simulations
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Teaching Earth and Space Science with PhET Interactive Simulations

In this webinar, participants will get a brief introduction to PhET simulations and learning more about how to go deeper with PhET pedagogies.

Corneal Dystrophies and Simulating Lesions
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Corneal Dystrophies and Simulating Lesions

In this AANP Teaching Round webinar, Dr. Tatyana Milman discusses corneal dystrophies and stimulating lesions.

Minimizing the Impact of Bladder Cancer: Organ Preservation in Male and Female Cystectomy
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Minimizing the Impact of Bladder Cancer: Organ Preservation in Male and Female Cystectomy

This webinar provides an in-depth explaination about who is eligible as a candidate for organ preservation in cystectomy for bladder cancer.

Zoom into Soil: Soil Biodiversity
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Zoom into Soil: Soil Biodiversity

Michael Begg and Lera Litvinova from EMBracing the Ocean artists-in-residence spoke about their EMBracing the Ocean projects developed over 2022 - 2023.

EMB Science Webinar - EMBracing the Ocean Artists-in-Residence
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EMB Science Webinar - EMBracing the Ocean Artists-in-Residence

Michael Begg and Lera Litvinova from EMBracing the Ocean artists-in-residence spoke about their EMBracing the Ocean projects developed over 2022 - 2023.

Sustainability and Global Development Practice: Student Journeys Webinar
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Sustainability and Global Development Practice: Student Journeys Webinar

Students from Harvard School Extension's Sustainability Graduate Program and Global Development Graduate Program speak about their experiences with the programs.

Producing and Utilizing Posters - Beyond the Conference
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Producing and Utilizing Posters - Beyond the Conference

The conference poster is the earliest major form of scientific communication for any researcher. It is critical to learn and optimize this form of communication at the early stage of an academic’s career. The first half of this webinar aims to provide a set of approaches and techniques for designing and producing a poster using basic, widely availa...

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Gestational Influences on the Etiology of Autism
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Gestational Influences on the Etiology of Autism

Dr. Judy Van de Water from the UC Davis M.I.N.D. Institute talks about the updates regarding emerging research on gestational influences on the etiology of autism.

First National Primary Drinking Water Standards for Six PFAS
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First National Primary Drinking Water Standards for Six PFAS

In this webinar, the AAAS' Center for Scientific Evidence in Public Issues (AAAS EPI Center) features a panel of experts discussing the recent announcement from the U.S. EPA's proposal for national drinking water standard for six per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).

How do disparities contribute to Obesity?
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How do disparities contribute to Obesity?

In this webinar, social and environmental factors that contribute to obesity risk are discussed.

Embolization for Chronic Subdural Hematomas: An Emerging Treatment Technique
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Embolization for Chronic Subdural Hematomas: An Emerging Treatment Technique

UCLA Health doctors explain a new treatment used to address chronic subdural hematomas.

Microbiome and Eosinophilic Esophagitis
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Microbiome and Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Dr. Amiko Uchida presents information about the microbiome and eosinophilic esophagitis.

Reduce Flooding & Water Pollution with Rain Gardens and Native Plants
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Reduce Flooding & Water Pollution with Rain Gardens and Native Plants

This webinar discusses how to consider natural options to handle rain runoff.

Susceptibility Testing for Piperacillin-Tazobactam: a Trial and a Lot of Errors
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Susceptibility Testing for Piperacillin-Tazobactam: a Trial and a Lot of Errors

Editors from the Journal of Microbiology discuss how the results of the MERINO trial led to reconsideration of breakpoints for pipercillin-tazobactam at the Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute.

Prep for the future with automated sample preparation solutions for DNA, RNA, proteins, and cells
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Prep for the future with automated sample preparation solutions for DNA, RNA, proteins, and cells

In this webinar, Fisher Science discusses automated purification solutions that increase consistency and save you time for your research.

The Frontier of Deep Learning for Robotics
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The Frontier of Deep Learning for Robotics

Professor Chelsea Finn discusses modern deep reinforcement learning algorithms and their usefulness towards solving ambitious challenges in robotics.

Understanding text recycling and how to avoid self-plagiarism
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Understanding text recycling and how to avoid self-plagiarism

Journals and publishers are more vigilant than ever when it comes to plagiarism. While most authors understand these concerns and have no issues avoiding plagiarism of others, unintended self-plagiarism is still a major issue. This webinar aims to provide clear, concise guidance for utilizing redundant text and addressing language issues in a respo...

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychosis in Autism Spectrum Disorder
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychosis in Autism Spectrum Disorder

This webinar distinguishes the difference between autism and schizophrenia spectrum disorder while addressing its unique challenges and treatment.

Antimicrobial Stewardship-Based Integration of Rapid Molecular Diagnostics and PCT for Pneumonia
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Antimicrobial Stewardship-Based Integration of Rapid Molecular Diagnostics and PCT for Pneumonia

Dr. Trevor Van Schooneveld, discusses how rapid molecular tools and biomarkers can help define the etiology of pneumonia, refine antibiotic choices, and determine patient-specific treatment durations.

WGO Climate Course for Global Gastroenterology - From Basics to Solutions (Session 1)
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WGO Climate Course for Global Gastroenterology - From Basics to Solutions (Session 1)

In this webinar series, the WGO discusses the effects of climate change and the digestive system.

AI for Personalized Medicine
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AI for Personalized Medicine

Electrical and medical engineer Azita Emami from CalTech, discusses how her lab incorporates AI into medical devices to improve health and enhance quality of life.

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