Predatory journal risks and avoidance strategies for researchers
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Predatory journal risks and avoidance strategies for researchers

Authors must understand the proper vetting of a journal’s editorial policies to mitigate the risk of associating with predatory or poor-quality journals. Predatory journals have the potential to capture unsuspecting researchers. This webinar aims to help your fix your publishing strategy once and for all. If you have already run into a publishing d...

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Navigating Wildfire Smoke: Understanding, Mitigating, and Communicating Health Risks
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Navigating Wildfire Smoke: Understanding, Mitigating, and Communicating Health Risks

This webinar provides resources, including communication strategies, to navigate the complexities of wildfire smoke and air quality in preparation for the wildfire season

The Pivotal Role of Clinician-Scientists and Academic Clinical Trials in Drug Development
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The Pivotal Role of Clinician-Scientists and Academic Clinical Trials in Drug Development

The Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation Speaker Series with Dr. Elizabeth Fox presenting "The Pivotal Role of Clinician-Scientists and Academic Clinical Trials in Drug Development for Childhood Cancer"

Where is the PB in RIPB? A Sharing of Perspectives"--R. Franovich & N. P. Kadambi
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Where is the PB in RIPB? A Sharing of Perspectives"--R. Franovich & N. P. Kadambi

Rani Franovich (Nuclear ROSE Consulting, LLC) and N. Prasad Kadambi (Kadambi Engineering) present at American Nuclear Society’s Risk-informed, Performance-based Principles and Policy Committee (RP3C) Community of Practice.

The Changing Landscape of Early-Phase Cell and Immunotherapy Clinical Trials in Oncology
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The Changing Landscape of Early-Phase Cell and Immunotherapy Clinical Trials in Oncology

Joycelynne Palmer, PhD provides a brief overview of the changing trial design landscape and highlight the key contributions made by Biostatisticians in oncology.

AI in Geospatial Research
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AI in Geospatial Research

This Hunter College Department of Geography and Environmental Science webinar discusses artificial intelligence (AI) in Geospatial research.

Trudy G. Oliver, PhD: Small Cell Lung Cancer Behavior & Research
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Trudy G. Oliver, PhD: Small Cell Lung Cancer Behavior & Research

Trudy G. Oliver, PhD and Professor of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology at Duke University gives a presentation at the 2nd Annual LiveLung Small Cell Summit.

Temporal Relation Extraction from EMR Clinical Text (and Beyond)
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Temporal Relation Extraction from EMR Clinical Text (and Beyond)

This webinar focuses on the definition of the task of temporal relation extraction from the clinical narrative and computational methods for solving it.

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SINS Spinal Instability Neoplastic Score 2024 - Wende Gibbs, M.D.
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SINS Spinal Instability Neoplastic Score 2024 - Wende Gibbs, M.D.

Wende Gibbs, M.D. discusses her current perspective on the spinal instability neoplastic score.

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A Path Towards Autonomous Machine Intelligence with Dr. Yann LeCun
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A Path Towards Autonomous Machine Intelligence with Dr. Yann LeCun

In this talk, scientist Dr. Yann LeCun discusses the cognitive architecture for autonomous learning agents capable of planning and reasoning.

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Extreme Heat & Early Childhood Development
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Extreme Heat & Early Childhood Development

In this webinar, the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University discusses the specific impacts of heat on children and their caregivers.

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A Deep Look into AI Revolution in Health & Medicine
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A Deep Look into AI Revolution in Health & Medicine

Four leading experts share their views on how society is navigating the new frontiers of artificial intelligence and the future of heath care.

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The Next Frontier is Your Mind: Neurotechnologies, Human Rights, and the Battle for Your Brain
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The Next Frontier is Your Mind: Neurotechnologies, Human Rights, and the Battle for Your Brain

In this presentation, international human rights lawyer Jared Genser, will discuss the unique human rights challenges posed by neurotechnologies.

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Albert Law | Real-time observables in horizon thermodynamics
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Albert Law | Real-time observables in horizon thermodynamics

In this talk, new perspectives on the quasinormal mode character will be discussed, including its connection with the local density of states for the single-particle quantum mechanical problem associated with the Klein-Gordon equation, and its direct relationships with (thermal) correlators of the f...

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When Good Proteins Go Bad — Pathology in Parkinson's Disease
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When Good Proteins Go Bad — Pathology in Parkinson's Disease

Van Andel Institute’s Dr. Michael Henderson discusses an in-depth primer on Parkinson’s disease and proteins, and how this knowledge may inform improved strategies for slowing or stopping disease progression.

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Life in space: habitability in our solar system and beyond
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Life in space: habitability in our solar system and beyond

In this press conference, scientists discuss the observation of biosignatures on distant exoplanets and where is the best Lunar real estate.

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AI as your Research Partner
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AI as your Research Partner

The initial conception and experimentation with AI has given rapid rise to actual tools and use cases for specific communities. Real, actionable strategies are now available to the academic and research communities. In less than an hour, guest speaker Dr. Kevin Lo will share options, guidance, and tips for utilizing AI as your research partner. Joi...

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Clearing the Air: Managing Respiratory Viral Infections
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Clearing the Air: Managing Respiratory Viral Infections

Randall Stafford, MD, PhD, talks about ways to manage symptoms of viral respiratory infections, including chronic cough, and when you should contact your doctor.

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Human Rationality and Academic Freedom
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Human Rationality and Academic Freedom

Steven Pinker, the Johnstone Family Professor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University discusses issues of emerging and preeminent relevance to society.

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Origin of Biological Homochirality by Crystallization of an RNA Precursor on a Magnetic Surface
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Origin of Biological Homochirality by Crystallization of an RNA Precursor on a Magnetic Surface

In this webinar, the asymmetry and mystery of homochirality by crystallization of an RNA precursor on a magnetic surface.

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Applications Delivered by Control Theory
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Applications Delivered by Control Theory

Brian D. O. Anderson, Emeritus Professor, College of Engineering and Computer Science from The Australian National University leads a lecture on Applications Delivered by Control Theory.

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Developing alternative cancer genomic care delivery models with an Equity Lens
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Developing alternative cancer genomic care delivery models with an Equity Lens

In this seminar series, this session focuses on developing alternative cancer genomic care delivery models with an Equity Lens.

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Jeff Bronstein - Parkinson's Disease: An update on what causes it and new treatments
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Jeff Bronstein - Parkinson's Disease: An update on what causes it and new treatments

Jeff Bronstein, MD, PhD, Director of the Levine Movement Disorder Center at UCLA, provides a presentation on the latest updates on causes and treatments for Parkinson's Disease.

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Immune imprinting of dengue & Zika viruses: immunological, epidemiological, & clinical consequences
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Immune imprinting of dengue & Zika viruses: immunological, epidemiological, & clinical consequences

Dr. Eva Harris, Professor and Chair of the Division of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology, Director of the Center for Global Public Health, and Chair of the Infectious Diseases and Immunity PhD Program in the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley discuss the Zika virus i...

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Objective-Driven AI: Towards AI systems that can learn, remember, reason, and plan
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Objective-Driven AI: Towards AI systems that can learn, remember, reason, and plan

This Harvard webinar explores the questions: How could machines learn as efficiently as humans and animals? How could machines learn how the world works and acquire common sense? How could machines learn to reason and plan?

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Living in the Matrix: Recent Advances in Understanding Quantum Spacetime
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Living in the Matrix: Recent Advances in Understanding Quantum Spacetime

UC Santa Barbara speaker, Clifford V. Johnson, dicusses how quantam physics' ideas address the question of whether their results could one day lead us to say we’re living in The Matrix.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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