When Science Meets Manga Webinar

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Hayanon is a mangaka — a master of Japanese manga, holding a BA in Physics and Masters in English education. She writes and illustrates comic strips about science topics such as auroras, global warming, cosmic rays, and more. These are mainly aimed towards children and non-scientists, though she has written for many audiences.

This free webinar on 25th March at 1pm will explore the use of Japanese manga to engage the public with science topics.

The event is run in collaboration with UCD Centre for Japanese Studies, Experience Japan, and the Embassy of Japan in Ireland.

Bookings: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/ej-seminar-when-manga-meets-science-tickets-576332575247


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The centre links the clinical community to core university research institutes including the UCD Conway Institute, Systems Biology Ireland and the UCD Charles Institute of Dermatology. Over the last 5 years, the UCD CRC has developed a comprehensive taught graduate programme including an MSc in Clinical and Translational Research and a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Trials This exciting education initiative is training the next generation of investigators and research professionals.

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Patients in particular play the key role. The Centre believe that through their involvement in research studies, patients are making an immense contribution towards the understanding of the mechanism of disease and greatly influence the ability to improve patient outcome in the future

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