Research training at KBC
Doctoral courses at KBC cover a lot of state of the art techniques and methods within life sciences. They are mainly organised by the KBC Core Facilities and Infrastructures. The courses are usually open to all PhD students and Postdocs, and other users of the core facilities at KBC. Also external users or collaborators with KBC are welcome to participate. Note that registration does not guarantee you a place in a course, especially when there is a limited number of places. You will be notified by the course leader who will also provide you with course schedule and detailed information about the course.
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IceLabCamp 2018, 10-13 September
In vitro and in vivo meet in silico at the Umeälven
Do you think your experimental research would benefit from causal understanding through mathematical modeling?
Would your theoretical work profit from valuable insights through empirical studies? Are you creative and open-minded?
We welcome you to join us in a research camp together with about 15 other Master's, PhD, and Postdoctoral researchers from multiple disciplines primarily in the natural sciences.
More information and registration (deadline 31 August)
Introduction to Intellectual property rights (IPR) with focus on patents and research utilization
23-24 April 2018 at KBC. Welcome to the course "Intellectual property rights (IPR) with focus on patents and research utilization", given by the Swedish Patent and Registration Office!
This 2-days course is perfect for PhD students, postdocs and researchers in Life Sciences and Medicine who want know more about intellectual property rights in research.
Extended registration deadline 18 April noon.
Cryo-EM sample preparation and data collection 14-16 May 2018, at UCEM, KBC
SciLifeLab Course organised at the national Cryo-EM facility at Umeå Core Facility for Electron Microscopy (UCEM), 14-16 May 2018. Application deadline 15 April.
This course is a national course, addressed to current and potential facility users such as PhD students, postdocs, researchers and other employees within the life sciences at all Swedish universitys and research institutes, who are curious about structure biology and will profit from new cryo-EM skills.