June nanoTalks: Crop drought tolerance & personalized medicine
Join us for the nanoTalks in June and find out why the unique aspect of the human brain opens a novel horizon for personalized medicine and try to understand why methods to improve the drought tolerance of crops would have a huge impact on global food production and food security. Talks by Reto Zihlmann, former master student in agricultural sciences, ETHZ and by Seyed Valizadeh, research assistang at UZH and USZ
Time: 19:00 to 20:00
Place: University of Zurich, main building, KOL-E-18
Join the Life Science nanoTalks
Are you working in a fascinating field? Do you care to share your passion for your research topic?
Then join the Life Science nanoTalks - a program organized by reatch and Life Science Zurich. The nanoTalks are a platform for inspiring and stimulating talks within the arts, sciences, and technologies. The nanoTalks strive to facilitate networking, provide a training platform for speakers to give talks to a broader audience, assist speakers in creating simple and generally understandable talks on complex issues, and inspire the audience with new ideas. For a overview on previous nanoTalks see here.
The nanoTalks take place on the last Thursday every month at ETH or University of Zurich
If you are interested sharing you passion for your research topic and in joining the nanoTalks, contact us on email@example.com.