IBIOLOGY PARTNERSHIP

Emery Brown: Anesthesia and the Brain

JAN. 6, 2020
In a two-part seminar, Uri Hasson explores how brain activity is shared between listeners of the same story, and how those shared neural responses are coupled to and shaped by the neural activity in the storyteller’s brain.

Uri Hasson: Time Regained

JAN. 6, 2020
In a two-part seminar, Uri Hasson explores how brain activity is shared between listeners of the same story, and how those shared neural responses are coupled to and shaped by the neural activity in the storyteller’s brain.

2019 Young Scientist Seminars: Watch the Videos

OCT. 18, 2019
The Lasker Foundation is proud to sponsor the annual Young Scientist Series competition with iBiology and the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. Watch the winners' videos.

Bioimage Analysis Course

SEPT. 30, 2019
A multi-part introduction to bioimage analysis that provides an overview of the practice and principles of microscopy digital image handling. Follow the life cycle of an image data set, from acquisition to analysis.

Jeannie Lee: X Chromosome Inactivation

MAY 8, 2019
In a three-part seminar, Jeannie Lee explores the physiological importance of X chromosome inactivation and how it provides a research model to study gene silencing.

Ruth Lehmann: Germ Cell Development

JAN. 29, 2019
In a two-part seminar, Ruth Lehmann discusses germ cells, which give rise to egg and sperm, are critical to the survival of a species

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