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The aim of Digital Life Norway is to "create economic, societal, and environmental value". What is of value? How do we value it? How may value be created and sustained by the biotechnology of the future?
This course is for all PhD students and postdoctors who want to learn more about working on transdisciplinary research projects within biotechnology and the life sciences.
The annual conference of Digital Life Norway Research School is organized for and by the research school members.
Would you like to expand your experimental vocabulary, cross borders into neighboring disciplines, or gain some experimental experience to compliment your computational skills?
Communication is key - and science is no exception.
We would like to invite all PhD supervisors connected to Centre for Digital Life Norway for a two-day workshop in the Swedish mountains.
World-leading developers of advanced next-generation live-cell microscopy techniques assemble in Tromsø to deliver lectures on bio-imaging application, implementation details, and underlying fundamental concepts.
DLN has joined in as co-organizer of the Network Biology meeting organized by NORBIS and CCBIO. Highly renowned international speakers are confirmed for the meeting.
The course builds on approaches and technologies that we are currently developing in the NTNU DrugLogics initiative, where we use the logical modelling formalism for predicting the outcome of chemical perturbations (cancer drugs) on cancer cell fate decisions. This approach combines knowledge management, logical model construction and computational simulation with experimental assays and hypothesis testing for pre-clinical (biotechnological) drug development and clinical decision support. The course will exemplify how such approaches can be used in both the biotechnological and biomedical sectors such as pre-clinical drug discovery and repurposing, and clinical development of diagnosis and (combinatorial) treatment of cancer.
Centre for Digital Life Norway will offer you the opportunity to work with the innovation aspect of biotechnology and life science during a two day’s workshop, 17-18 October in Oslo.
This research school and workshop is intended for stimulating transdisciplinary thinking in students across disciplines from biology to computational sciences.
Do you often stumble upon new concepts and topics that fascinates you, but miss someone to explore and discuss them with? Then the Digital Life Reading Club might be something for you
Do you want to use illustrations as an effective communication tool?
An essential part of being a researcher is to communicate your research ideas and findings – providing society with new knowledge and directions for future solutions. But how to do this successfully? And how do you reach the right target groups?
Control theory has been successfully applied in engineering to build stable and reliably behaving devices. How can concepts developed in control engineering help us understand regulation in biological systems and how to develop reliable, integrated medical devices? In this workshop we will present and discuss some of the existing and novel concepts of control theory and how they can be applied in biotechnology and medical engineering.
What comes next once you are comfortable with the syntax of a programming language or two, and have written some small programs for yourself? Once a project grows to a certain size, factors beyond the immediate programming task take more and more time, and the social aspects of software development become more important.
University - Industry Collaboration (UIC) often starts through personal contacts. To facilitate a good career start for our students and increase UIC, the Department of Biotechnology, NTNU, and the Digital Life Norway Research School, join forces and invite you to a biotech career day with focus on industry.
Join the annual conference made for and by the research school members!