祝贺石建金同学在首届iBiology Young Scientist Seminars活动中获奖

北京生命科学研究所邵峰实验室的石建金同学近日在首届iBiology Young
Scientist
Seminars活动(该活动由拉斯克基金会,纽约大学石溪分校亚伦·艾达科学交流中心和iBiology网站合作组织)中脱颖而出,成为全球范围内五名获奖者之一,在纽约大学石溪分校亚伦·艾达科学交流中心参加培训并录制了有关其科学研究发现的讲座视频(视频链接

附The Young Scientist Seminars和iBiology简介如下:

The Young Scientist Seminars is a collaboration between the Albert and
Mary Lasker Foundation, the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science
at Stony Brook University, and iBiology. The Young Scientist Seminars is
a new video series featuring talented PhD students and postdocs giving
talks about their research and discoveries. From studying the genetic
origins of melanoma to tracking leopard shark behavior off the
California coast, these young scientists tell compelling research
stories using narrative, analogies, and visuals. The five speakers were
selected from a large pool of accomplished scientists from around the
world in a competition held earlier this year. In preparation for
recording their talks, they attended a science communication workshop at
the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook
University. They incorporated what they learned from the workshop into
their video presentations.

iBiology’s mission is to convey, in the form of open-access free videos,
the excitement of modern biology and the process by which scientific
discoveries are made. Our aim is to let you meet the leading scientists
in biology, so that you can find out how they think about scientific
questions and conduct their research, and can get a sense of their
personalities, opinions, and perspectives. We also seek to support
educators who want to incorporate materials that illustrate the process
and practice of science into their curriculum. This project is made
possible by the good will of many biologists who are committed to making
their work broadly accessible and to conveying the excitement of biology
to a worldwide audience. iBiology.org (formerly ibioseminars.org and
ibiomagazine.org) was developed to bring the best biology to people
throughout the world for free. Started in 2006 by University of
California, San Francisco and Howard Hughes Medical Institute
investigator, Professor Ron Vale, iBiology has grown to include over 300
seminars and short talks by the world’s leading scientists. Our
collection includes talks by many Nobel Laureates and members of the
United States National Academy of Sciences. In 2013, we released our
first full-length course in Light Microscopy and expanded the
educational resources we offer. iBiology is funded by the National
Science Foundation and the National Institute of General Medical
Sciences. iBiology is supported by the American Society for Cell
Biology, the University of California, San Francisco, and the Howard
Hughes Medical Institute, each of which has provided essential
resources, funding, and in-kind services to iBiology since the project
was started.

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