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FUNCTIONAL NON-CODING MUTATION AND THE 3D BREAST CANCER GENOME

The Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (LMP) Monday talk series presents Dr. Mathieu Lupien, senior scientist at the Princess Margaret Cancer Center and assistant professor at the University of Toronto, whose research focuses on investigating genetic predispositions and mutations in relation to the expression of cancer. 

Monday, January 18 

4:00–5:00pm 

Medical Sciences Building

1 King’s College Circle

Rm2170

Admission: Free


NEW MEASUREMENTS OF CARBON DIOXIDE FROM SPACE: THE FIRST YEAR OF THE ORBITING CARBON OBSERVATORY

Debra Wunch, an assistant professor at the University of Toronto will be the featured speaker at a talk that is part of an ongoing environment seminar hosted by the School of Environment

Wednesday, January 20

4:10–6:00pm

Earth Sciences Building

5 Bancroft Avenue

Rm149

Admission: Free


STARTUP CAREER EXPO 2016 VOLUNTEER SESSION

Hosted by You’re Next Career Network, this volunteer information session for the Startup Expo 2016 will welcome over 80 startups from Toronto, Montreal, New York, San Francisco, and more. 

Wednesday, January 20 

6:30–9:30pm

Haultain Building 

170 College Street

Rm401

Admission: Free   


THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP HATCHERY PRESENTS: ACCELERATOR WEEKEND

Come out and join U of T’s biggest 28-hour business competition, which brings together multidisciplinary teams along with experienced mentors to develop a business canvas around an idea and pitch to a panel of judges for the chance to win a $2,000 grand prize.

Friday January 22 and Saturday January 23 

Field Institute 

222 College Street

Admission: $40 

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