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Merck invites to a webinar March 29 within their "Regulatory Webinar Series". The webinar "Regulatory Requirements Pertaining to Animal-Derived Materials" will explore regulatory requirements for animal-derived materials, including their use and and traceability in the supply chain. Merck - Regulatory Webinar Series
Karolinska Institutet has a wide range of research facilities, providing service, recourses and competence to academic research in Sweden. For the second time now, a university-wide research facility fair is being organized – the KI Facility Expo 2018.
TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE 2017, 24-26 September in Prague, is the third bi-annual conference organized by EATRIS (EUROPEAN ADVANCED TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE). This event, open to a wide range of stakeholders (pharma industry, academia, research funders), will bring together experts and key actors in translational research, to discuss current approaches and future perspectives in the ﬁeld.
For the first time MAF has now received a grant from Vinnova and we had the opportunity to ask some questions to Kristina Duvefelt, section manager at MAF and also the project manager for the project that received funding.
How does your business get funding from Horizon 2020 and Eurostars? What programs suits you, who can you collaborate with and how do you write an effective application? This you can learn more about from the support organization EUSMESupport 2020, which provides free advice and support.
On February 14, the KI Facility Expo 2017 will take place for the first time. This is the first university-wide facility fair arranged at Karolinska Institutet offering the attending delegates to meet representatives of KI affiliated facilities and learn mor they might be of help in your research. The Expo is open for all, requires no registration and free of charge.
The Live Cell Imaging Facility (LCI) is a core facility with state-of-the-art light microscopy systems located in Novum, Flemingsberg, at the Karolinska Institutet Department of Biosciences and Nutrition. In 2014 the LCI facility was awarded the Nikon Center of Excellence label, making it one of eight centers in Europe and one of fifteen in the world. Sylvie Le Guyader is the manager of LCI and we had a brief chat with her about imaging in general and more specifically about the LCI facility.
On November 20 there is an open open lecture by Nobel prize winner Stefan W Hell. In addition on December 3 there is a half day workshop within "Frontiers in Life Science Technology" which focuses on "Technologies for ageing and well-being".
Let ‘em know AB is the latests Tools of Science Premium company. Let ‘em know provides service and support in the area of public relations to small and medium-size life science companies. We had a chat with Ola Björkman, CEO of Let ‘em know AB.