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Schwarzlab in the media

Here you will find a collection of various talks, presentations and newspaper articles contributed by or about current or former lab members.

April 14, 2021

Labor trifft Lehrer 2021: Krebsevolution - Von Darwin zur Therapieresistenz

"Labor trifft Lehrer" ("lab meets teacher") is an educational event organised by the Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine, where school teachers learn about latest scientific developments.

Here, Roland talks about  "Cancer evolution - from Darwin to therapy resistance" (German only).

November 1, 2018

Berlin Science Week 2018: Machine Learning for Understanding Cancer Evolution

At the outreach event Berlin Science Week 2018, Roland talked to the general public about how we can leverage machine learning techniques for understanding cancer evolution.

March 13, 2018

Intel Buzz Workshop Berlin 2018: Realistic human interaction in VR with Unity

In this talk, Adam Streck describes how to create realistic human interactions for medical purposes with the Unity game engine. He touches on workflows to create high quality models and discusses useful hardware, tools, and packages.

July 13, 2015

ISMB 2015: Accurate phasing of allele-specific copy-numbers with probe level resolution

In this talk, Roland presents the original concept of multi-region reference phasing (now implemented in the refphase algorithm) to the audience at ISMB 2015.

April 22, 2015

My career in genomics: evolution

Organised by the Wellcome Genome Campus, "My Career" is a series of talks introducing the careers of young scientists working at the Sanger Institute or EMBL-EBI in Hinxton, UK. Here is what Roland had to say.

June 19, 2014 Episode 41: Phylogenetic Quantification of Intra-tumour Heterogeneity

In this talk, Roland presents the original version of MEDICC to host Erick Matsen.

May 9, 2014

BMS Urania 2014: What is a random graph?

In this talk, Adam describes properties of random graphs. He focuses on common Erdős–Rényi and Barabási-Albert models and describes some of their emergent patterns.