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2020-9-29 to 0-0-0
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Allen Institute scientists will present a workshop on the Allen Brain Observatory at the Online Bernstein Network Conference. The workshop is open to conference attendees. Conference registration is free and information is available here.
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2020-10-1 to 0-0-0
Virtual
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The Distinguished Seminar Series features presentations by outstanding thinkers and scientists, sponsored by the Allen Institute for Brain Science. On October 1, we will host Anatol Kreitzer of the Gladstone Institutes and UCSF for a virtual seminar. We welcome members of the broader community to join us for these open, virtual seminars. See the seminar series page for a schedule of upcoming speakers and view video presentations from past speakers. Learn more
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2020-10-6 to 0-0-0
Virtual
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In our webinar series for educators and students, go behind the scenes of science to meet the professionals who make our research possible and get a glimpse of the many different careers in science.
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2020-10-7 to 0-0-0
Virtual
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Join us for our next Exploring Frontiers session, where we will ask key thought leaders to envision where the field could and should be in the next 5-25 years, and advances that will transform our understanding of brain health as we know it. Learn More
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2020-10-9 to 2020-10-10
Virtual
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Join the Allen Institute at the Oregon Science Teachers Association/Washington Science Teachers Association virtual conference to learn about free open resources for distance learning. Find resources at virtual booth #22 and meet us at the exhibit help desk. On Saturday, October 10, attend Dr. Kaitlyn Casimo's talk introducing Allen Institute resources for educators and receive STEM clock hours.
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2020-10-13 to 0-0-0
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In our webinar series for educators and students, go behind the scenes of science to meet the professionals who make our research possible and get a glimpse of the many different careers in science.
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2020-10-20 to 0-0-0
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In our webinar series for educators and students, go behind the scenes of science to meet the professionals who make our research possible and get a glimpse of the many different careers in science.
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2020-10-27 to 0-0-0
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In our webinar series for educators and students, go behind the scenes of science to meet the professionals who make our research possible and get a glimpse of the many different careers in science.
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2020-11-10 to 0-0-0
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In our webinar series for educators and students, go behind the scenes of science to meet the professionals who make our research possible and get a glimpse of the many different careers in science.
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2020-11-17 to 0-0-0
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In our webinar series for educators and students, go behind the scenes of science to meet the professionals who make our research possible and get a glimpse of the many different careers in science.
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2020-11-18
Virtual
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Join us virtually on November 18, 2020 for a reimagined Hindsight 2020 - The Allen Institute Developmental Recording Symposium, featuring the latest insights from leading researchers in the fields of cell lineage and developmental recording, chaired by Jay Shendure, M.D., Ph.D. and Michael Elowitz, Ph.D., of the Allen Discovery Center at UW Medicine. learn more
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2020-12-5 to 2020-12-9
Philadelphia, PA
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Meet scientists from the Allen Institute for Cell Science at booth #519 at Cell Bio 2020, the ASCB | EMBO Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
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2021-1-14 to 2021-1-15
Allen Institute
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Neuropixels probes represent a major advance in neural recording technology. Join us to learn the ins and outs of Neuropixels probes from our scientists and research associates as well as UW faculty. Applications are due by April 1.
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2021-4-22 to 2021-4-25
Tucson, AZ
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The Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group is excited to cosponsor a multi-year initiative addressing the effect that the gut microbiome has on the brain in health and disease with the Research Corporation for Science Advancement. Kathy Richmond, Director of the Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group, and Alexandra Basford, Program Officer for the Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group, will attend the inaugural conference of this series, postponed to April 22-25, 2021. Learn More
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