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[Seminar] Bioengineering of Cancer Stem Cells for Improved 3D Cell Models and Disease Modeling
iNOVA4Health Seminar
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[iNOVA4Health] Hormones and breast cancer: how models matter
Cathrin Brisken, ISREC, School of Life Sciences, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale (EPFL) | International Cancer Prevention
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Amazing Aspects of Insect Viruses From discovery to applications
iNOVA4Health Seminar, with Monique van Oers
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[iNOVA4Health] Integrated continuous biomanufacturing: A new paradigm for biopharmaceutical production
Chetan Goudar, Executive Director Process Development at Amgen’s Thousand Oaks Campus
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[iNOVA4Health] Towards routine manufacturing of gene therapy drugs – requirements for further improvements – example: AAV
Otto-Wilhelm Merten, GENETHON, France
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[Seminar] Proteins Required for Baculovirus Particle Formation: Relevance for the Development of a Baculovirion-Free Expression System
Monique M. van Oers, Laboratory of Virology, Wagninngen University, the Netherlands
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[iNOVA4Health] Cellular Thermal Shi. Assay (CETSA) -­ Case study @ Protein Technologies (Bayer AG)
Jörg Weiske, Protein Technologies, Research & Development, PharmaceuHcals at Bayer AG
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The subtle connection between a tumor virus and leukemia
ITQB NOVA researcher’s study unravels how the herpes oncoviruses are linked with a leukemia related-protein
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Paula Alves awarded with Gold Medal of Merit by Oeiras City Council
The Principal Investigator at ITQB NOVA and iBET CEO was recognised for her valuable contributions to Science and Technology
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ITQB NOVA scientists distinguished with Medal of Scientific Merit
Ministry for Science, Technology and Higher Education recognized the contributions of Maria Arménia Carrondo and Cândido Pinto Ricardo to Portuguese science.
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