For future reference or if you weren’t able to attend the Brown Bag Lunch yesterday, here are the slides presented by IMCI Director Holly Wichman regarding our Pilot Grant program. Please remember, you are welcome to reach out to the leadership team directly and at any time if you have questions about whether your research […]
Nearly 60 scientists from across campus came together to brainstorm possible interdisciplinary research topics on January 30 and February 6. We were excited by the lively discussion and thrilled that 12 different small groups formed. If you are interested in joining any of the following research groups, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the group lead. You […]
All IMCI and IBEST participants, including faculty, postdocs, students and staff, are invited to participate in an extraordinary brainstorming session on January 30 and again on February 6 in the Clearwater room at the ISUB. The idea is that rather than assemble research teams in response to specific funding opportunities, researchers grow teams with common […]
A new look, or graphic treatment, is part of our transition from a center (CMCI) to an institute (IMCI). In October, Creative Services attended a Brown Bag Lunch to talk about the U of I brand. They also collected input and ideas from participants for an IMCI graphic. All of it is so that we […]
On Monday, August 19, 2019, Jeremy Tamsen, Director of Office of Technology Transfer, talked about intellectual property at the Brown Bag Lunch. For your use and reference, here are the slides from his presentation.
Do you ever wonder how the university picks which research to highlight in our signature publications? Or how your colleague’s work landed in the local newspaper? Find out at the Brown Bag Lunch on Monday, August 26, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m., in the Collaboratorium (IRIC 352). Leigh Cooper, U of I’s science and content writer, […]
Nearly two dozen people gathered in the Collaboratorium for an unusual Brown Bag Lunch on Monday to learn a little about virus structure and to make their own beaded virus. Our beginning work looked nothing like Holly’s expert designs but we had fun trying!
Dr. Bryan Cwik, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and University Studies at Portland State University, will deliver his talk titled “Moving Beyond ‘Therapy’ and ‘Enhancement’ in the Ethics of Gene Editing,” on Monday, April 8 at 12:30 p.m. in the Collaboratorium (IRIC 352). If you would like an opportunity to meet with Dr. Cwik while he […]
Due to extreme weather conditions and canceled travel, our scheduled speaker for today’s Brown Bag Lunch, Bryan Cwik, will NOT be here. Instead, today’s BBL will be an OPEN DISCUSSION. We will work with Dr. Cwik to reschedule his talk.
Several people reported the correct answer and students and postdocs were rewarded with chocolate at the CMCI Luncheon yesterday. The image was created by CMCI Postdoctoral Fellow Dharmesh Patel for the College of Science 2018 Photography and Graphic Arts Contest. Congratulations to CMCI student researcher Emmanuel Ijezie who submitted one of the top 5 images…