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Conferences and Seminars






Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht's conferences and seminars:


Philopolis Conference, University of Montreal, Department of Economical Sciences, 2016
Title: Application of logic for modeling of categories

University of Quebec in Montral, Department of Philosophy, 2015
Title: Logique floue et arborescence comme outils de modélisation des catégories en tant que prototypes

GRSTB Symposium, Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal, 2014
Title:
Nanotechnology applied to medical biofilms control

Philopolis Conference, University of Montreal, Department of Social Sciences, 2014
Title: 
Are the opposite concepts reconcilable? Analytical, ethical and logical issues

University of Quebec in Montreal, Department of Philosophy, 2014
Title:
Applications of fuzzy logic in philosophy

Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal, Department of Biomedical Engineering, 2013
Title:
Biomedical applications of nitric oxide (2): cancer treatment

FODAR conference, University of Quebec in Trois-Rivière, Department of Philosophy, 2013
Title:
Analysis of beauty and goodness with fuzzy logic

University of Quebec in Montreal, Department of Philosophy, 2013
Title:
Netism, from metaphysics to ethics

Philopolis Conference, University of Concordia, Department of Social Sciences, 2013
Title:
Necessity of multivalency, from philosophical reflection to practice

University of Montreal, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Chemistry,
Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal, Department of Biomedical Engineering, 2012
Title:
Biomedical applications of nitric oxide (1): nitric oxide attachment and release

Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal, Department of Biomedical Engineering , 2012
Title:
Tissue regeneration and injectable hydrogels

Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal, Department of Biomedical Engineering , 2011
Title:
Micro and nanaovectors

BioMed Conference, University of Quebec in Montreal, 2010
Title:
Regulation of Pax3 gene expression by the Cdx proteins

World Women Association, University of Quebec in Montreal, Department of Biology, 2010
Title:
Necessity of women's multivalency

University of Quebec in Montreal, Department of Biology, 2010
Title: Regulation of Pax3 gene expression by the Cdx transcription factors

Concordia University, Department of Engineering and Computer Science (Iranian Literary Association), 2010

Title:
Characteristics of the postmodern literature

BioMed Conference, University of Quebec in Montreal, 2009
Title:
Regulation of Pax3 gene expression by the Cdx proteins

Tehran University, Faculty of Medecine, Department of Genetic Medicine, 2004
Title:
Problem of chemotherapy in Iran

Shahid Beheshti University, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Chemistry, 2002
Title:
Gene therapy with antisens oligonucleotides

Pierre and Marie Curie University, Department of Chemistry, 2002
Title:
Minimally modification of the natural oligonucleotides in the antisens strategy









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