It gives us great pleasure to annouce the 1st meeting of the American Society for Intercellular Communication (ASIC) The meeting will be held on October 21st – October 23rd 2021. The meeting is organized by a group of investigators seeking to create a platform for informal exchange of ideas on
We invite you to join us for a 3-day meeting (Thursday afternoon, all day Friday and Saturday until noon; October 21st – October 23rd) at the Bolger Center in Potomac, Maryland. The program will include the functions of EVs, EPs, exRNA in cancer, CNS diseases, infections (both bacterial and viral)
The meeting will be held on October 21st – October 23rd 2021. The meeting is organized by a group of investigators seeking to create a platform for informal exchange of ideas on emerging questions and cutting-edge developments in the field of Extracellular Vesicles (EVs), Extracellular Particles (EPs), and particulate carriers
Dear All, The next CMAI Colloquium will be on Date: Friday October 22, 2021 at 10:00 am (Eastern Time) Speaker: Dr. Patrick Farrell Mathematical Institute University of Oxford Title: Computing multiple solutions of PDEs with deflation Zoom Link: Join Zoom Meeting Abstract: Computing the distinct solutions $u$ of an equation
This symposium, sponsored by New Mexico Department of Environment, NASA Applied Science, and George Mason University, explores advances in dust research and bridges to applications in public service for data, information and technology from research. Deadline of abstract submission: October 1, 2021. There is no cost to attend.
GRADReCon - Graduate Research Connections Oct. 28 – 29 Faculty can build their productivity, research, and writing skills at GRADReCon: Graduate Research Connections. A variety of workshops on topics essential to success at Mason, GRADReCon is a partnership of Graduate Student Life, University Libraries and other key university programs and