This is an intensive workshop on quantitative tools and programming languages used to analyze experimental data in biology and neuroscience at the renowned institution.
(Aguadilla, P.R.) - Students from the Department of Natural Sciences of the University of Puerto Rico in Aguadilla, led by their professor Dr. Miguel Méndez, participated in early January and for the second consecutive year in the Quantitative Methods Workshop offered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Ver abajo una oportunidad para realizar investigación de verano en MIT. Yo participé de este programa mientras estaba en la UPR y fue una de mis mejores experiencias académicas, profesionales y sociales! Como yo, decenas de estudiantes puertorriqueños se han beneficiado de este y otros programas de investigación de verano. Solicita y verás que no te arrepentirás.
TrepMinds will open a school focused on Math, Programming and Entrepreneurship.
There will be two info sessions about TrepMinds Accelerate on Tuesday, October 27 and Thursday, October 29 at 6:00 PM at the Colaboratorio en Ciudadela de Santurce. To reserve your space visit eventbrite.com, or email email@example.com or call (787) 225-5524.
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The Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences (BCS) (http://bcs.mit.edu) at MIT is looking to hire up to five (5) tenure-track faculty at the assistant professor level. Affiliations with the Picower Institute for Learning & Memory and the McGovern Institute for Brain Research are possible. We are most excited about candidates who work in one or more of the following four (4) areas: i.
Four Puerto Rican engineers, all MIT alumni, have co-founded the Puerto Rico Innovation Driven Enterprise (PRIDE). Their goal is to produce, validate and develop technology-based ideas that can then be distributed globally from Puerto Rico.
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Interested in strengthening and growing the local start-up and business sector, the Foundation for Puerto Rico (FPR) celebrated recently, for the second consecutive year, a meeting between local entrepreneurs and MBA students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The companies reviewed by the students included Alchavo.com, Plastek, Grasslark y Grupo Guayacán.
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