This week sees a little flurry of seminars:
Monday March 9th, 4-5pm, MSRB Auditorium
"Variation in Resilience and Species Interactions Among Southern Californian Kelp Forest Ecosystems"
Tuesday, March 10, from 8 to 9 p.m in Broida Hall, Room 1610.
Public Lecture and Demonstrations
'Journey to the Heart of the Electromagnetic Spectrum'
Would you like to know how doctors might one day be able to see through bandages? To learn about this and many other technological breakthroughs, you are invited to attend "A Journey to the Heart of the Electromagnetic Spectrum." The event is designed for anyone who is curious, regardless of technical background, and will be presented by Mark Sherwin, Professor of Physics and Director of the newly formed Institute for Terahertz Science and Technology.
Tuesday, March 10, ESB 1001, 11:00 AM
Mellichamp Chair in Systems Biology Search Seminar
"Nature, nurture or just dumb luck: gene expression variability and cell fate"
Arjun Raj, Department of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
Thursday March 12, MCDB Seminar , 3:30pm LSB Auditorium (1001)
“Dying Young as Late as Possible: Regeneration, Planarians and Stem Cells”
Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado, Ph.D.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Dept. of Neurobiology & Anatomy
University of Utah School of Medicine