Good Taste and Storytelling in Science

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Sep 20, 2017
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Over the years, since returning to Taiwan after 19-year tenure (or 25, counting from the beginning of PhD training) at the Ohio State University, I had the vintage point to contrast the postgraduate training styles between US and Taiwan.  That led me to a great deal of thoughts as to why and how things are different.  In this invited talk at the College of Medicine, National Taiwan University, I will try to explore these issues from a seemingly strange angle, i.e., a good taste in science and mastery of storytelling power.

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Tien-Hsien Chang

Deputy Director, Genomics Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

RNA biology, Pre-mRNA splicing, RNA helicases, DExD/H-box proteins, Spliceosome evolution, Hepatitis C Virus, Yeast double-stranded RNA viruses, Evolutionary biology, Yeast Genetics

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Angel Herráez 5 months ago

Thank you for posting, Tien-Hsien

Maybe you could add here a summary of main points in your presentation, so that all users can learn about it?