Next Gen Science

Presentations by Young Scientists

Category: Educational Videos

Date: 29 June 2021

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Next Gen Science (2021) - Presentations by Young Scientists


The follwing speakers presented their work during the Next Gen Science Session:

Data-driven experiment planning in chemistry
Matteo Aldeghi, Vector Institute & University of Toronto, Canada (18.30 - 18.45 CEST)

Self-supervised learning resolves subcellular protein localization and more
Hirofumi Kobayashi, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, United States of America (18.45 - 19.00 CEST)

Confocal Fluorescence-Lifetime Single-Molecule Localization Microscopy
Jan Christoph Thiele, Georg-August University Göttingen, Germany (19.00 - 19.15 CEST)

How T cells avoid traffic jams
Jérémy Postat, McGill University, Canada (19.15 - 19.30 CEST)

Upscaling Solar-driven Artificial Photosynthesis for Converting CO2 into Fuels: From Laboratory Research to Real-World Implementation in the $20M Carbon XPRIZE Finals
Xiangkun (Elvis) Cao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States of America (19.30 - 19.45 CEST)

Spying on viruses: translation and replication dynamics of +RNA viruses
Sanne Boersma, Hubrecht Institute - KNAW, Netherlands (19.45 - 20.00 CEST)

Synaptic diversity can broaden the range of sound we can hear
Özge Demet Özcete, Harvard Medical School, United States of America (20.00 - 20.15 CEST)