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When killing your own is necessary
Pristagaren Yenan Bryceson, doktor vid Karolinska Institutet. Från offentliggörandet av Göran Gustafssonprisen 2018, 2018-04-13.
Göran Gustafssonpriset i molekylär biologi 2016: Using the fruitfly to decode ALK signaling
Pristagaren Ruth Palmer, professor vid Göteborgs universitet. Från offentliggörandet av Göran Gustafssonprisen 2016, 2016-03-31.
Genotype to phenotype link and nearneutrality in evolution
Tomoko Ohta, Crafoord Laureate 2015, National Institute of Genetics, Mishima, Japan. Introduction by Hans Ellegren, the Crafoord Prize Committee and Uppsala University, Sweden. Opening address by Staffan Normark, Permanent Secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: Crafoord Prize Symposium in Biosciences: Genetic variation in natural populations, 2015-05-05.
Why population genetics is so important in modern biology
Deborah Charlesworth, University of Edinburgh, UK. Introduction by Hans Ellegren, the Crafoord Prize Committee and Uppsala University, Sweden. From: Crafoord Prize Symposium in Biosciences: Genetic variation in natural populations, 2015-05-05.
From mutation to macroevolution: Connecting genetic variation to the generation of biodiversity
Lindell Bromham, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. From: Crafoord Prize Symposium in Biosciences: Genetic variation in natural populations, 2015-05-05.
The use of genetic variation to conserve natural populations: From allozymes to genomes
Fred Allendorf, University of Montana, Missoula, MT, USA. Introduction by Kerstin Johannesson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. From: Crafoord Prize Symposium in Biosciences: Genetic variation in natural populations, 2015-05-05.
The quantity and role of nearly neutral mutations in the evolutionary process
Adam Eyre-Walker, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK. From: Crafoord Prize Symposium in Biosciences: Genetic variation in natural populations, 2015-05-05.
The impact of mating system and polyploidy on plant genomic variation
Tanja Slotte, Stockholm University, Sweden. Introduction by Kerstin Johannesson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. From: Crafoord Prize Symposium in Biosciences: Genetic variation in natural populations, 2015-05-05.
The genomics of adaptation and speciation
Jochen Wolf, Uppsala University, Sweden. Introduction by Kerstin Johannesson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. From: Crafoord Prize Symposium in Biosciences: Genetic variation in natural populations, 2015-05-05.
Göran Gustafssonpriset i kemi 2015: Membrane protein structure and dynamics
Richard Neutze, professor i biokemi, Göteborgs universitet. Från offentliggörandet av Göran Gustafssonprisen 2015, 2015-03-31.
The neuroscience of fear memory erasure
Merel Kindt University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum - The Brain: Achievements and challenges, 2014-05-20
Consciousness as a tool for understanding
Martin Ingvar Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum - The Brain: Achievements and challenges, 2014-05-20
Advances in chemistry and its implications for studying and treating
Robert Langer Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA, USA From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum - The Brain: Achievements and challenges, 2014-05-20
Molecular inference of wisdom
G. Terry Sharrer, Curator of Health Sciences (ret.) Smithsonian Institutions, Washington DC., USA From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum - The Brain: Achievements and challenges, 2014-05-20
Opening/welcome address and Seventy years of brain research – Looking back and ahead
Barbara Cannon President of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Bengt Nordén Chairman of the Molecular Frontiers Foundation Arvid Carlsson Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology or Medicine 2000, University of Gothenburg, Sweden From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum - The Brain: Achievements and challenges, 2014-05-20
The Human Brain Project - the medicine of tomorrow
Richard Frackowiak Université de Lausanne, Switzerland From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum - The Brain: Achievements and challenges, 2014-05-20
How brain cells communicate and theories for short term memory
Andrew Ewing Chalmers University of Technology & University of Gothenburg, Sweden From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum - The Brain: Achievements and challenges, 2014-05-20
Visualizing the activity and anatomy of brain circuits: optogenetic
Viviana Gradinaru California Institute of Technology, CA, USA From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum - The Brain: Achievements and challenges, 2014-05-20