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Healthy Cities Conference

Healthy Cities Conference

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Save the date!  The third annual Healthy Cities Conference will be held in tandem with the International Circular Economy Hotspot, which will be held June 24-27 on the U of G campus.  As cities worldwide continue to expand, there is a pressing need for new perspectives and innovative solutions to address the complex problems that arise. Attendees of this conference will gain insights into today’s challenges and potential solutions for fostering...

Building the Agri-Food Data Economy: Valuation and Exchange Realities

Welcome to Artificial Intelligence Innovations in Future Farming and Food webinar series! Join us for an exciting online event where experts from the University of Guelph (Canada) and Wageningen University and Research (the Netherlands) explore the latest advancements in AI technology in the agriculture and food industry. Gain insights from experts on the challenges associated with AI technology development and adoption, as well as the necessity for new policies and strategies concerning data exchange and valuation. This webinar series, organized for June 2024...
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Bioinformatics and Biotechnology Symposium

Join us on Thursday, August 8 as we bring together U of G’s Bioinformatics and Biotechnology graduate programs to offer the inaugural BIO2 Symposium! This day-long symposium will feature keynote speakers and presentations by graduate students and alumni in the morning, followed by a poster session in the afternoon, where you can learn about our Master of Bioinformatics and Master of Biotechnology students' summer research projects. A networking event will take place after the poster session to give students, faculty, alumni and external partners the...
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Ontario Cell Biology Symposium

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The 6th Annual Ontario Cell Biology Symposium brings together researchers from around the province with the aim of creating new research opportunities and fostering new collaborations. The symposium aims to provide a forum for students and postdoctoral fellows to present their research. This meeting will cover important topics in cell biology, including signal transduction, metabolism, organelles, cellular architecture, cellular trafficking and advanced microscopy, with a portion of the meeting dedicated to translational studies and emerging methodologies. We aim to create...

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