Next Gen Science (2021) - Presentations by young scientists

Next Gen Science (2021)

Presentations by young scientists

Next Gen Science (2021)

Presentations by young scientists

Abstract

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)

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