MONDAY 12th NOVEMBER 2018
Wellcome Trust PhD Day 2018
Join King's PhD students as they present their work on 'Cell Therapies & Regenerative Medicine' followed by keynote speaker, Professor & Senator Elena Cattaneo.
This event is open to all postgraduate research students, research staff and principal investigators from across King’s and partner institutions.
If you are an undergraduate and would like to attend please contact email@example.com
All activities will take place in the Seminar Room, Centre for Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine, 28th Floor, Tower Wing, Guy's Hospital except for the Keynote Lecture.
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FRIDAY 16th NOVEMBER
Film Screeening - Paywall
Please join the Centre for Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine for a screening of the documentary Paywall.
Film screening with popcorn and drinks: 18.00 - 19.00.
Informal post-film discussion: 19.00-20.00
Where: Seminar Room, Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, 28th Floor, Tower Wing, Guy's Hospital
This film examines access to journal content looking critically at the role of publishers like Elsevier and Springer Nature. A pointed review from an independent blogger: Open access – the movie, (books & arts section of Nature, 4 Oct 2018) caught our attention, prompting this movie night.
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WATTLAB RETREAT 2017
In July, Professor Watt's research group went on their annual lab retreat which took place in Gloucester this year.
Part of the retreat included presentations by members of the lab on best practices for techniques used in the lab involving antibodies and qPCR. Please click on the following links to see presentations by Dr Gernot Walko (Post Doctoral Researcher) on "Antibodies" and another by Dr Matteo Vietri Rudin (Post Doctoral Researcher) and Mr Oliver Cully (Phd Student) on "Good qPCR"
CSCRM IMAGINATION Imaging Competition 2017
ATTENTION CSCRM staff!! Enter the IMAGINATION Imaging Competition now for a chance to win £50 and have your image displayed on the walls of the Centre for Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine.
To enter the competition, please e-mail your image to Ayelen Helling before 5pm on 31st May 2017. Please see details in the poster below for entry submission image requirements.
London Premier of "Ensonglopedia of Science"
John Hinton is the creator of a multi-award-winning trilogy of musical comedies about Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein and Marie Curie. For his new project, Ensonglopedia of Science, he has written 26 new songs about science, one for each letter of the alphabet. The project is supported and fact-checked by the CSCRM and several other UK scientific institutions.
The London premiere of the show will take place on Saturday 25th February in Clapham - there will be two performances on this day, at 11am and 2:30pm. Tickets can be booked here and you can also go to the show's Facebook page for more information.
Royal Society scientific meeting - "Mechanisms of asymmetric cell division" (November 2016)
Stem Cells @ Lunch (ongoing)
14th - 15th November 2016 (Chicheley Hall, Buckinghamshire)
Organised by Dr Shukry Habib (CSCRM, King’s College London) and Dr Paula Alexandre, this is a residential meeting which allows for increased networking and discussion. It is free to attend, but participants will need to cover their accommodation and catering costs. Registration information will be available in the coming weeks. Please visit the Royal Society website for the latest information. Add your content here
Journal Club (ongoing)
Our fortnightly Tuesday lunchtime seminar series which takes place at the KCL Guy's campus.
Visiting speakers (ongoing)
The CSCRM (Centre for Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine) Journal Club is held every second Friday at the KCL Guy's campus.
Experts within the field of stem cell research deliver seminars for us on a regular basis.
Seminars at other institutes:
For details of seminars organised by the Stem Cell Regenerative Medicine Network at Imperial College London, please click here...>