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MOAC Seminars 2009-2010

 
Wed 14 Oct, '09
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MOAC's Research Profile: From the students
Wed 21 Oct, '09
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Systems Biology DTC research profile: from the students
Wed 28 Oct, '09
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David Quigley ‘Do molecular simulations actually mean anything?’
Wed 4 Nov, '09
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Instead of the seminar: Exploring New Interfaces of Computer Science and Biology at Warwick
Wed 11 Nov, '09
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Magnus Richardson
Wed 18 Nov, '09
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Tim Jones 'The Role of Solar Power in a Low Carbon Society'
Wed 25 Nov, '09
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Neil Stewart: Models of economic decision making
Wed 20 Jan, '10
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MOAC/SB Seminar. "Evolutionary Systems Biology of Stress Response in Arabidopsis." Jay Moore.
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Wed 27 Jan, '10
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MOAC/SB Seminar. "Resonant vibrations associated with HEAT repeats: the tune for the mitotic dance?” Nigel Dyer
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Speaker: Nigel Dyer, 2006 MOAC PhD student

 
Wed 3 Feb, '10
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MOAC/SB Seminar. "Structural modelling of mass spectra." Fabio Rigat.
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Wed 10 Feb, '10
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MOAC/SB Seminar. 'Infrared Spectroscopy and its Application to Biology.' Andy Beevers,
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Wed 17 Feb, '10
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MOAC/SB Seminar. Mike Chappell, "Biological and Biomedical Systems: When is Modelling Most Helpful?"
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Wed 24 Feb, '10
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MOAC/SB Seminar. Friederike Schlaghecken. "Conflict and Context in Motor Control"
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Wed 10 Mar, '10
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MOAC / SB DTC Seminar. 'Paradoxes of T Cell Immunity,' Dr Hugo van den Berg.
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Wed 28 Apr, '10
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No seminar today - annual conference meeting instead!
WSB 325

All MOAC students need to attend this session.

Wed 5 May, '10
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MOAC/SB Seminar. "Truth and Beauty at the Nanoscale." Dr Neil Wilson
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Wed 12 May, '10
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MOAC/ SB Seminar. Philip Arundel, Hon Prof, University of Warwick, School of Engineering. "Scientific explorers make discoveries while cautious sightseers don't"
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'In this seminar I shall summarise a discovery and from personal experience how its progress and survival were handled.  On the general theme of exploration; methods to stimulate thinking; how to look at a problem in a fresh way and anecdotes from the 'famous' will be included.  The interfaces between the life sciences and engineering are amongst the most rewarding there are; however for cautious sightseers there will be a section on how discoveries can be avoided.  For background work I would like you to consider; "When did you last make a discovery and what was it?  Did you pass on the information?" '

Philip ArundelHon Prof, University of Warwick, School of Engineering 
Wed 19 May, '10
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NO MOAC/SB SEMINAR TODAY DUE TO MOAC ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Wed 26 May, '10
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NO MOAC/SB SEMINAR TODAY DUE TO BIOSCI SYMPOSIUM
Wed 2 Jun, '10
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MOAC / SB DTC Seminar. Dr Jurgen Muller, WMS. "Cellular Signalling: A Question of Specificity"
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Wed 9 Jun, '10
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MOAC / SB Seminar. Neil Benson from Pfizer. "Puff and nonsense in drug discovery?"
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Wed 16 Jun, '10
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NO SEMINAR TODAY DUE TO CHEM SYMPOSIUM
Wed 23 Jun, '10
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Workshop: Creating a professional web presence. With Elizabeth Widman
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The importance of creating a professional web presence will be briefly be discussed followed by a basic sitebuilder tutorial.  Students will have the opportunity to update their DTC student web pages with assistance available should they need it.
Wed 30 Jun, '10
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NO SEMINAR TODAY