Courses, symposia and conferences

Seminar science, knowledge and innovation: how to understand and assess their impact?

Why Seminary? A seminar is the platform to add to various actors who can connect in the discussion about how to understand, visualize and assess the contribution of the


Emerging viruses, when wild frontiers are more dangerous than the policies

NEWSLETTER N ° 16, 28 November 2018 reflection Heurēka VIRUS emerging, when the borders wild are more dangerous that the policies Chile now is a tourist country, but the people

Courses, symposia and conferences

Pharmaceutical technology event invitation - Quality Conference

Dear, together with greeting you, I am pleased to extend the invitation to participate in the First GALENICA Congress on Technology and Quality, to be held on December 06 of this year,

Courses, symposia and conferences

AGENDA ANNOUNCED! RSVP now for the 11th Annual CEND Symposium! Recibidos x faltantes x PENDIENTE x

Register Now! 11th Annual CEND Symposium: Molecular Diagnostics, Antibiotic Resistance and Helminthic Diseases January 11, 2019 | 8:30 AM-6:30 PM The Henry Wheeler Center for Emerging &

Courses, symposia and conferences

Seminar molecular mechanisms of Autophagy and its involvement in rare diseases

Professor visitor Dr. Ricardo Escalante Research Institute biomedical Alberto Sols, CSIC-Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain Wednesday, December 5, 2018 (10:00 hrs) Auditorium Mario Caiozzi, Faculty of chemistry and


Congratulations to Dr. Claudia Quezada, regional director of the society voted best researcher 2017 of the Institute of Biochemistry and microbiology of the UACh.

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Interviews and letters

Microbiome Research - Interview with Dr. Christopher Stewart

WATCH THE VIDEO Investigating the potential health benefits of the relationship between preterm infants and their microbiome Dr. Christopher Stewart, University of Newcastle, UK, is investigating the gut microbiota of preterm