Biological Sciences

Events and seminars

Date Event
25th Feb 19Dr Niko Geldner - Department of Plant Molecular Biology (DBMV), Université de Lausanne

Monday Seminar Series - "Quality control - how the SCHENGEN receptor pathway is testing root barrier integrity"

26th Feb 19Dr Sandy Hetherington - Department of Plant Sciences, Magdalen College, University of Oxford

"The stepwise and independent origin of plant roots: from fossils to transcription factors"

27th Feb 19Stefan Bresson (Tollervey - ICB)

Wednesday Lunch-time Seminar Series - "Stress-induced changes to the RNA binding proteome in yeast"

27th Feb 19Edward Wallace (ICB)

Wednesday Lunch-time Seminar Series - "Start codon choice regulates alternative protein localization in diverse fungi"

27th Feb 19[Still Available]

IEB Seminars: TBA

4th Mar 19Dr Federico Pelisch - Centre for Gene Regulation and Expression, School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee

Monday Seminar Series - "Sumoylation regulates protein dynamics during chromosome segregation in oocytes"

6th Mar 19Adrian Bird (ICB)

Wednesday Lunch-time Seminar Series - "TBD"

6th Mar 19Ralph Hector (Centre for Discovery Brian Sciences)

Wednesday Lunch-time Seminar Series - "TBD"

6th Mar 19John Pannell (Lausanne)

IEB Seminars: Major transitions in the mating behaviour of plants

7th Mar 19Speaker to be confirmed

SynthSys Seminar series - Title to be confirmed

8th Mar 19Professor Daniel Panne - Leicester Institute of Structural and Chemical Biology, University of Leicester

Monday Seminar Series - "Structural Insights into signalling towards chromatin"

13th Mar 19Mathew Horrocks (Chemistry)

Wednesday Lunch-time Seminar Series - "Super-resolution microscopy for the study of neurodegenerative disorders"

13th Mar 19Maarten Tuijtel (Cook - IQB3)

Wednesday Lunch-time Seminar Series - "TBD"

13th Mar 19Greta Bocedi (Aberbeen)

IEB Seminars TBC

15th Mar 19Vasili Hauryliuk (Department of Molecular Biology, Umeå University, Sweden)

Guest SynthSys Seminar Series - Adding names to the list of translational ABCF ATPases

18th Mar 19Dr Amos Tanay - Epigenomics and Evolution, Weizmann Institute of Science

Monday Seminar Series - "TBD"

20th Mar 19Katarina Jonsson (Marston - ICB)

Wednesday Lunch-time Seminar Series - "TBD"

20th Mar 19Ellie Harrison (Sheffield)

IEB Seminars TBC

20th Mar 19Bill Earnshaw (ICB)

Wednesday Lunch-time Seminar Series - "Human Synthetic Artificial Chromosomes and the Meaning of Life"

21st Mar 19Prof. Berend Snijder (Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, ETH Zurich)

SynthSys Seminar Series - Title to be confirmed

25th Mar 19Dr Angela Hay - Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research

Monday Seminar Series - "Explosive seed dispersal"

27th Mar 19Robin Allshire (ICB)

Wednesday Lunch-time Seminar Series - "TBD"

27th Mar 19Reto Burri (Jena)

IEB Seminars: Genomics of adaptation and speciation: Interpreting genomic landscapes and beyond

27th Mar 19Rob van Nues (Bayne - ICB)

Wednesday Lunch-time Seminar Series - "RNAi in Cryptococcus neoformans"

1st Apr 19Professor Hong Tao Yu - Medical Center, UT Southwestern

Monday Seminar Series - "TBD"

3rd Apr 19Stuart Campbell (Sheffield)

IEB Seminars TBC

4th Apr 19Lliljana Fruk (Dept of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge)

SynthSys Seminar series - Repurposing Nature’s Building Blocks; Nano-bio Hybrids for Catalysis and Biomedical Applications

8th Apr 19Dr Julien Dumont - Cell Division and Reproduction, Institut Jacques-Monod

Monday Seminar Series - "TBD"

12th Apr 19Prof. Peter Fineran (University of Otago (New Zealand))

SynthSys Seminar Series - title to be confirmed

25th Apr 19Esther Zanin Cell and Development Biology, LMU Munich)

SynthSys Seminar Series - Spatial and temporal control of contractility during cytokinesis

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