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Wednesday, March 23, 2022

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AI UK - The Alan Turing Institute

Runs from Tuesday, March 22 to Wednesday, March 23.

Secure your place at the UK’s national showcase of artificial intelligence (AI) and data science research and collaboration. Hosted by The Alan Turing Institute, AI UK 2022 will be an in-depth exploration of how AI and data science can be used to solve real-world challenges.

  • Attend sessions exploring the latest developments in AI and data science research, applied to the most pressing issues across multiple disciplines
  • Engage and collaborate with leading international thinkers
  • Watch dynamic demonstrations of state-of-the art research
  • Contribute to thought-provoking discussions, panel sessions and interdisciplinary networking sessions
  • Discover opportunities to engage with the Turing as the national institute for data science and AI

Why attend?

AI UK is an invigorating virtual event for anyone operating in the AI and data science community. The event will focus on the great leaps in AI and data science that are changing the world for the better, while connecting the UK research community with industry and public sector stakeholders to solve real-world problems.

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Nottingham Breast Pathology Online Masterclass - Addressing Challenges in Diagnostic Breast Pathology

The Nottingham Breast Pathology Online Masterclass aims to improve the provision of routine breast pathology. It leans towards the practical diagnostic histopathology of breast disease with a special emphasis on areas which pose diagnostic difficulties.

With a faculty of leading experts, the masterclass is ideal for practising pathologists, pathology fellows and trainees. It takes place online, so you can learn from our experts from your own home or office.

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BMS Seminar: In toto analysis of myocyte fusion in the zebrafish myotome reveals tissue scale processes regulating multinucleated skeletal muscle formation, Dr Timothy Saunders, Division of Biomedical Sciences, WMS
IBRB lecture theatre and via MS Teams