The ‘International Conference on Genomes and AI: From Packing to Regulation’, co-organized by Professor G.V. Shivashankar of the Mechanobiology Institute and Professor Caroline Uhler of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was held on 2-4 October, 2019 at the Shaw Foundation Alumni House, National University of Singapore.
MBI is hosting a one day symposium, Frontiers in Mechanobiology, on July 15th, 2019. The symposium will feature nine speakers and a full schedule of talks of interest to those on the cutting edge of mechanobiology. The event is free and open to all interested, there is no registration required.
Mechanobiology Institute’s 10th Anniversary Conference was recently held at the National University of Singapore. Titled ‘Mechanobiology After 10 Years: The Promise of Mechanomedicine’, the four-day conference was an intellectual feast, bringing together pioneering scientists with young researchers and students to engage in fruitful discussions under the increasingly diverse umbrella of mechanobiology.
The EMBO Workshop on Nuclear Mechanogenomics was held on April 17-20 at the Shaw Foundation Alumni House, National University of Singapore. The workshop brought together pioneering academics, early career scientists and post-doctoral and graduate scholars to discuss the latest advancements and challenges facing the rapidly emerging field of nuclear mechanogenomics.
The 3rd International Symposium on Mechanobiology (ISMBIII), jointly organized by the Mechanobiology Institute and the International Society of Mechanobiology, was held between 11-14 December at University Town, National University of Singapore.
MBI NUS hosted BIOS2017 on 15th of September. BIOS, a MBI Women in Science initiative, is a unique national-level biology symposium that aims to bring together women researchers in Singapore from diverse realms of life sciences research.
MBI Science Communications editor Laskhmi Ramachandran represented the MBI Women in Science Initiative at 2017's Gender Summit 10.
Recent meeting brings together scientists to discuss research on the physical basis of disease
Biological Symposium by the MBI Women in Science Initiative