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Regenerative Superfoods & the Amazon Bio-Economy

Please join us as Duke Brazil presents Regenerative Superfoods & the Amazon Bio-Economy with speaker Derek Gallo AB'98, CEO Awi Superfoods.

Awi Superfoods is a "food-for-good tech" with a mission to catalyze the Amazon bioeconomy through regenerative agroforestry and superfoods. The premise of this innovative project, originating from Marajó Island, Brazil, is that conscious eating is the first step towards a healthier life for you, society, and the planet. Q&A to follow presentation. Registration required

TIME: 5:30 ET/ 6:30 Sao Paulo Time

Innovation Inside Haier: Driving Innovation From Within

Chinese firms like Haier are reinventing and innovating their business models, their corporate cultures, and themselves, becoming global competitors who increasingly offer knowledge rather than cheap labour in their quest to join the ranks of the "world's best" companies. This presentation by Dr. William Fischer (Senior Lecturer of Operations Management, MIT Sloan School of Management) offers a profile of one of China's most ambitious competitors-the world's largest manufacturer of home appliances.

Backing Up And Sharing Code: Git

Have you ever tried to use Dropbox for sharing code with collaborators on a project, but accidentally deleted someone else's work? Ever wished you could undo that "improvement" you made to your program four days ago that you now realize breaks your code? Whether you're working with others, or are coding on your own, using a version control system can make development a much more sane and enjoyable process, while facilitating team development and code sharing. Armed some essential Git commands that you'll learn in this course, you'll worry less and code more.

Intro To Python

Welcome to the How to Program (with Python) class -- this is a class intended for people with little to no programming experience who want to learn introductory programming. We will be working in class on basic programming concepts such as variables, input, output, strings, loops, and more -- if you've never programmed before and want to learn some basics, this is the class for you!

Create A Website: Structure (An Intro To HTML)

The web connects us like never before. It is thrilling to think that somewhere on the other side of the planet someone could be looking at the exact same website you are browsing, maybe at this exact minute even! We are a social species, and we, as a group, enjoy sharing ideas, information and more. We do so continuously and with an efficiency never matched before thanks to the web. In some regards, that is why you want to take this class, because you would like to create a website for the first time ever (or in forever), and you know it all starts with the structure.

Ableton Music Software

This semester join PhD candidate Brooks Frederickson in a deep dive into the industry-standard recording and performing software, Ableton Live. Throughout the semester we'll look closely at Ableton's robust built-in synths, drum samples, effects and utilities. The ideas and concepts discussed at these workshops will be designed not only to teach you the specifics of Ableton's software, but to teach you the fundamentals of digital sound synthesis and manipulation, which can be applied to any other DAW - Logic, Reaper, GarageBand, etc.

Fundamentals of Mass Spectrometry for Proteomics and Metabolomics Part III

Liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS) continues to be the key technology for the qualitative and quantitative analysis of peptides, proteins and metabolites for both basic and clinical research projects. This GCB Academy session is designed as an introduction for researchers needing to expand their knowledge of the use of LC/MS/MS-based methods for proteomics and metabolomics, and thus help researchers better understand how these technologies can help inform their research goals.

Fundamentals of Mass Spectrometry for Proteomics and Metabolomics Part II

Liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS) continues to be the key technology for the qualitative and quantitative analysis of peptides, proteins and metabolites for both basic and clinical research projects. This GCB Academy session is designed as an introduction for researchers needing to expand their knowledge of the use of LC/MS/MS-based methods for proteomics and metabolomics, and thus help researchers better understand how these technologies can help inform their research goals.

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