Bernal Events2018-11-27T18:43:01+00:00

Bernal Seminar by Professor Gianluca Cicala University of Catania Italy

Wednesday, 6 February 2019, 12h00, MSG-025 MSSI Building Extension

PRESENTATION TITLE Engineering Polymers for Additive Manufacturing:  From Laboratory to Industrial Applications ABSTRACT The widespread diffusion of additive manufacturing (AM) technologies combined with the desire to tailor material properties gave rise to an increasing number of research projects focusing on new material development for AM. Two of the widely used techniques at desktop level are the Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) and the Digital Light Projector (DLP). However, the c...

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Electron Microscopy Forum

Wednesday 06 February 2019, MSG-024, MSSI Building

All users of Electron Microscopy are strongly advised to attend. The tenor of the EM Forum is “what can you get from EM”, and the general purpose is to disseminate information and updates about the status and procedures concerning the EMs, and to provide a platform for discussions as well as enable users to establish connections within the UL EM user community, including experts in the respective fields. The Forum will include ‘question time’, and people are encouraged to present pr...

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Bernal Seminar by Dr Barbara Schoepp-Cothenet, Bioenergetics and Protein Engineering Laboratory, CNRS, France

Thursday, 13 December 2018, 10h00, MSG-025 MSSI Building Extension

PRESENTATION BY Dr Barbara Schoepp-Cothenet Bioenergetics and Protein Engineering Laboratory, CNRS, France PRESENTATION TITLE Using Phylogenetics in Studying Bioenergetic Metalloenzymes ABSTRACT One of the most exciting questions addressed by fundamental research is to elucidate the evolutionary history of Bioenergetics. Phylogenetics is one of the most powerful approaches to answer this issue. This approach heavily relies on the reliability of reconstructed phylogenetic trees which ar...

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Bernal Seminar by Dr Mikhail V. Kurushkin, ITMO University,Russia

Monday, 10 December 2018 10h00, MSG-025 MSSI Building Extension

PRESENTATION BY Dr Mikhail V. Kurushkin ITMO University, Russia PRESENTATION TITLE 32-column Periodic Table and Left-step Periodic Table United ABSTRACT The pursuit of optimal representation of the Periodic Table has been a central topic of interest for chemists, physicists, philosophers and historians of science for decades (Leigh, 2009; Scerri, 2009). Should the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements first and foremost serve the needs of chemists as implied by its name? Or should it st...

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Electron Microscopy Forum

Wednesday 5 December in MSG-024, MSSI Building

The next monthly Electron Microscopy Forum is Wednesday 5 December in MSG-024, MSSI Building. All users of Electron Microscopy are strongly advised to attend. The tenor of the EM Forum is “what can you get from EM”, and the general purpose is to disseminate information and updates about the status and procedures concerning the EMs, and to provide a platform for discussions as well as enable users to establish connections within the UL EM user community, including experts in the respect...

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University Spinout Road Show

Tuesday December 4, 9:30-11:00, Analog Devices Building

University Spinout Roadshow in collaboration with Atlantic Bridge and Bank of Ireland, the roadshow involves a panel discussion on technology, innovation and investment. Against the backdrop of Ireland’s growth as a technology and financial global hub with an open economy and strong R&D pipeline, this event focuses on our shared efforts to promote and support campus company creation, and to showcase UL’s unique research commercialisation capability. Speakers include: Prof Michael Walsh, ...

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Bernal Institute Research Day

Tuesday December 4, 8:30-16:30, Analog Devices Building

A day of workshops, presentations, lectures and the launch of the Process the new Marie Curie Co-Fund. Bernal Research Day 2018 Program 08:30-09:00 Registration AD Foyer 09:00-10:00 Session 1 Bernal Institute Strategic plan 2018-2022 Welcome: Mary ShireTalk: Luuk van der Wielen 10:00-11:00 Session 2 University Spinout Roadshow Host: Atlantic Bridge 11:00-11:30 Coffee (Posters) AD2 & AD3 foyers 11:30-13:00 Session 3 Bernal Strategy & Keynote Ad...

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Research Week@UL

3-7 December, University of Limerick

The inaugural Research Week @ UL will run from the 3 – 7 December with 24 events taking place across the campus. The week includes a one-day masterclass on academic publishing delivered by Nature, a Science Communication workshop with Jonathan McCrea, a talk on Open Science  Lecture by Prof Karel Luybenand of course The Bernal Institute Research Day For event details: researchweek@ul.ie Follow on twitter #ResearchWeekUL...

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Open Science by Professor Karl Luyben

Wednesday December 5, 11:00-13:00. Analog Devices Building AD2-010

Karel Luyben was trained as a chemical engineer and moved to biochemical engineering at Delft University of Technology around 1980, where he has grown the Department of Biotechnology to be globally leading in bioprocess engineering ranging from fundamental genomics and biochemistry to industrial bioprocess development for sectors such as pharma, food, chemicals and energy. He has initiated the European Society for Biochemical Engineering ESBES that links firmly to IChemE, DECHEMA and their Frenc...

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