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Nobel Laureate Sir Peter Ratcliffe: Researcher, Find Your Own Question

26.08.2022

There are approximately 40 trillion cells in the human body and every one of them needs oxygen to survive. If the oxygen level drops, the cells must be able to sense the change and adapt to it. Sir Peter Ratcliffe discovered how this adaptation occurs. The discovery earned Ratcliffe and his associates the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2019. Ratcliffe visited the University of Turku 25 August. 

BioCity Student Symposium – Students are the Solution, 24 August 2022

13.05.2022

This year BioCity Student Symposium titled Students are the Solution is arranged on-site by PhD researchers from The University of Turku and Abo Akademi University together with BioCity Turku and InFLAMES Flagship in Cave theatre - Visitor and Innovation Centre Joki, 24th August 2022.

31st BioCity Symposium 25-26 August 2022

01.04.2022

This year BioCity Symposium is arranged on-site in Mauno Conference Centre, BioCity, together with InFLAMES Research Flagship 25–26 August 2022, with the title Solution is in Immunity. Registration is now open until 11 August 2022.

Call for BioCity Turku new research programs – Deadline 15 April

21.03.2022

BioCity Turku is an umbrella organization supporting and coordinating research on life sciences and molecular medicine in University of Turku and Åbo Akademi University. BioCity Turku research programs strengthen the multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research collaboration within the Turku campus. BioCity Turku asks for proposals for new research programs for 2022-2026.

Frontiers of Science Seminar Program for Autumn 2021 is Ready

31.08.2021

BioCity Turku arranges every semester Frontiers of Science seminar series where researchers are welcome to invite prominent international scientists to give a talk to local scientific community. The seminars are for all researchers and students and students can get ECTs from participation.

Frontiers of Science: Bert deGroot

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16.12.2021 at 12.00 - 13.00
Frontiers of ScienceDecember 16th at 12:00Virtual eventProf. Bert deGroot, Max Plank Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, GermanyThe molecular dynamics of potassium channel permeation, ivity and gatinghost: Parthiban Marimuthu (parthiban.marimuthu@abo.fi)Register latest December 15th at 12:00https:/...

Frontiers of Science: Petter Brodin

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2.12.2021 at 12.00 - 13.00
Frontiers of ScienceDecember 2nd at 12:00Virtual eventFrontiers of Science meets InFLAMESProf. Petter Brodin, Karolinska Institutet, SwedenSystems level analyses of immune system developmenthost: Riitta Lahesmaa (rilahes@utu.fi)Register latest December 1st at 12:00https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S...

Frontiers of Science: Janne Lehtiö

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18.11.2021 at 12.00 - 13.00
Frontiers of ScienceNovember 18th at 12:00Virtual eventFrontiers of Science meets InFLAMESProf. Janne Lehtiö, Karolinska Institutet, SwedenCancer molecular phenotyping – Leukemia proteomics defined high risk patient populations in CLL and AMLhost: Riitta Lahesmaa (rilahes@utu.fi)Register latest...