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PSOC Webinar: Buzz Baum

Physical Sciences in Oncology Center PSOC@Penn Spring 2021 Webinar Series Mondays at 12:00 noon (EST) For webinar links, please contact manu@seas.upenn.edu.

PSOC Webinar: Jason Locasale

Physical Sciences in Oncology Center PSOC@Penn Spring 2021 Webinar Series Mondays at 12:00 noon (EST) For webinar links, please contact manu@seas.upenn.edu.

BE Seminar: Lea Goentoro

This seminar will be held virtually – details TBC.

BE Seminar: Xiling Shen

This seminar will be held virtually – details TBC.

PSOC Webinar: Wendy Liu

Physical Sciences in Oncology Center PSOC@Penn Spring 2021 Webinar Series Mondays at 12:00 noon (EST) For webinar links, please contact manu@seas.upenn.edu.

BE Seminar: “Reaction-Coupled Solid-State Nanopore Digital Counting: Towards Sensitive, Selective and Fast Nucleic Acid Testing” (Weihua Guan)

This seminar will be held virtually on Zoom (details coming soon). Due to their conceptual simplicity, the nanopore sensors have attracted intense research interest in electronic single molecule detection. While considerable success has been achieved, the solid-state nanopores still face three significant challenges, including repeatable nanopore size control, introduction sensing specificity, and prolonged sensor response […]

PSOC Webinar: “Cancer Cell Unjamming as Predictive Tumor Marker” (Josef A. Käs)

Physical Sciences in Oncology Center PSOC@Penn Spring 2021 Webinar Series Mondays at 12:00 noon (EST) For webinar links, please contact manu@seas.upenn.edu.

BE Seminar: Emery Brown

This event will be held virtually on zoom – details coming soon.

PSOC Webinar: Rong Li

Physical Sciences in Oncology Center PSOC@Penn Spring 2021 Webinar Series Mondays at 12:00 noon (EST) For webinar links, please contact manu@seas.upenn.edu.

Grace Hopper Distinguished Lecture: “Biomanufacturing Vascularized Organoids and Functional Human Tissues” (Jennifer A. Lewis)

This lecture will be held virtually – Zoom link coming soon. Recent protocols in developmental biology are unlocking the potential for stem cells to undergo differentiation and self-assembly to form “mini-organs”, known as organoids. To bridge the gap from organoid building blocks (OBBs) to therapeutic functional tissues, integrative approaches that combine bottom-up organoid assembly with […]

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