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Optical tweezers with temperature controller, unique equipment in Latin America

– The inventor of miniaturized optical tweezers, Steven B. Smith, installed in our unit a new equipment that allows us to study biological phenomena at the level of individual molecules at different temperatures.

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2022 IUBMB April News

UPCOMING IUBMB FEBS PABMB CONGRESS IUBMB TRAINEE INITIATIVE The IUBMB Trainee Initiative hosted their first event with attendees in 31 countries log on for a lively and engaging presentation. The

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Call for Editors Reviewers of eLife journal

The journal eLife has launched an open call for researchers from Latin America and the Caribbean to apply to be part of the Board of Reviewing Editors of eLife.

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IUBMB summer school | Molecular Targets for Anti-aging Interventions

The School will offer several fellowships to young scientists and registration is open to other scientists who may wish to participate.

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PhD in Translational Biotechnology – VRIP-UCM

General Background Modality: Face-to-face. Headquarters: Campus San Miguel de Talca. Day: Daytime. Dedication: Exclusive. Duration: 4 years. Places: 6 Type of program: Academic. Taught since the year: 2022. Program Director: Dr. Ariel D. Arencibia Rodriguez / aarencibia@ucm.cl Administrative Assistant: Athia

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Scientific conversation with Dr. Luis Morales Quintana

Friday, May 28th we finish the week talking about science at the Maule... 5 p.m. on @MauleCiencia Link live stream Facebook or Youtube, you choose: https://www.facebook.com/346212479100130/posts/1723196698068361/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_kiAYVVGMg

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Dr. Cecilia Hidalgo: "In general there is a distrust about women's talent. We've been labeled emotional, have no objective thinking, and not be able to do critical analysis

Biochemistry and PhD in Science, president of the Academy of Science, National Science Award and Academic Medical At the University of Chile stated that "academic women when