Dual Field Visits: Glasnevin Cemetery & Museum, & National Botanic Gardens - Golden Jubilee Celebrations

As part of the celebrations of the Golden Jubilee Year of the IBIOLI, the Institute is organising a number of special events this year. The first of these is a dual event to Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum, and the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin. The Institute invites members, their families and friends, for this double event in Dublin, and gives an opportunity for members to get together in the beautiful surroundings of the National Botanic Gardens. You may opt for one or both of the guided tours.
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Glasnevin Cemetery & National Botanic Gardens, Dublin

Lecture: What Can Bats Teach People About Health, Wealth, and Long Life?

The IBIOLI, in collaboration with NCE-MSTL and The National Botanic Gardens, Dublin, invites members, their families and friends, to this free keynote Public Lecture, titled, "What can bats teach people about health, wealth and long life? ". This lecture will take place in the beautiful surroundings of the National Botanic Gardens, and will be presented by Professor Emma Teeling, School of Biology and Environmental Sciences, UCD.
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Lecture Theatre, National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin 9

Lecture: 60 Years of DNA. What Next?

You are invited to a free keynote Public Lecture, titled "60 years of DNA: What is Next?", presented by Professor David McConnell, Professor of Genetics, Trinity College, Dublin, at the National Botanic Gardens.
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Lecture Theatre, National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin 9

Workshop: The Production and Application of Antibodies and their use in Biosensors and Arrays

This PROSENSE workshop has been designed to provide you with a detailed overview of the production and application of polyclonal, monoclonal and recombinant antibodies. A detailed examination of current technologies used for antibody selection, isolation and characterisation and the use of the surface plasmon resonance based system (Biacore) will be included. In addition, we will cover the use of antibodies in the detection of prostate cancer as well as immunosensor based technologies.
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Dublin City University, Dublin