Professor Arne Klungland, section head at the Department of Microbiology, will hold a lecture on the subject of embryonic development during a breakfast meeting held by the The Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board (Bioteknologirådet).
Klungland is the leader of several research projects aiming at understanding the first few days during embryonic development, and gain insight into the early development of various diseases.
Time: March 1st 8.15-9.30 AM (breakfast from 8.15, lecture starts 8.30)
Place: Håndverkeren, Galleriet (1st floor)
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