Friday, May 16, 2008

Something for everyone

Lots of seminars in Biology next week covering a wide range of Biology at a rate of one per day. If you haven't been to a seminar this quarter then week 8 is the perfect time to start.

EEMB Seminar, Monday May 19, 2008. 4:00pm MSB Auditorium (1302)
Bill Nelson, Department of Biology, Queen's University
Evolution in Stage Structured Populations

MCDB Seminar, Tuesday May 20, 2008. 3:30pm. Rathmann Auditorium (LSB 1001)
Elliot Meyerowitz, Caltech,
Computational Morphodynamics: Live Imaging and Computational Modeling of Plant Stem Cells in the Shoot Apical Meristem

BMSE Seminar, Wednesday May 21, 2008. 11:00am. MRL 2053
William D. Hunt, Professor of Bioengineering & Microelectronics/Microsystems
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Tech
Clues from digital radio regarding biomolecular recognition or why I believe God is probably an IEEE fellow

MCDB Seminar, Thursday May 22, 2008. 3:30 Rathmann Auditorium (LSB 1001)
Philip Schwartz, Children's Hospital of Orange County Research Institute
The Potential of Stem Cell Therapies of Neurological Diseases

Ph.D. Seminar Friday, May 23, 2008. 1:00 p.m. Marine Science Building Auditorium, MSB 1302
Nathan Silva. Interdepartmental Graduate Program in Marine Science UC Santa Barbara
An Assessment of the Level of Genetic Polymorphism on the Ascidians of Santa Barbara, California

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