The Science Scene

Friday, December 1
The Distributed Network

"The Distributed Conceptual Network in the Human Brain." Jack Gallant, a psychologist and computer scientist from the University of California, Berkeley, will discuss his distributed conceptual network (DCN) theory. The theory holds that conceptual representations in the human brain are distributed across multiple modal sensory networks and at least one distributed conceptual network. At noon in Emory's Whitehead Auditorium.

Wednesday, December 6

"Winship Scientific Symposium." Cancer immunology pioneer Carl June, from the University of Pennsylvania, will deliver the keynote for the annual Winship Scientific Symposium. The event seeks to highlight the outstanding research of Winship investigators, deepen our understanding of important topics and provide opportunities to cultivate collaboration.  This year's theme is 'Where Science Becomes Hope." On the Emory campus, beginning at 9:30 am.

Thursday, January 18
Lighting Up Proteins

"Lighting up Proteins in the Dark Human Proteome." Aled Edwards, from the Department of Medical Biophysics at the University of Toronto, is featured in an Emory talk. At 11:30 am in the Whitehead Auditorium lobby.

Saturday, March 16 to Tuesday, March 19

"SIMUVACTION on AI: AI and Health Disparities on a Global Stage." The SIMUVACTION project, organized under the auspices of France-Atlanta, is an opportunity for 40 university students from across the world will gather in Atlanta to actively engage, practice and contribute to the ethical development of AI. Students will focus their projects on AI, climate resilience and health disparities on a global stage.

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