Attention current graduate students: The 21st Biochemistry and Biophysics Research Competition will be held February 22nd as part of our annual graduate recruiting weekend! This is a chance to show off your cool results, practice your presentation skills, and win cash prizes: First place: $500 Second place $300 Third place $200 Students MUST submit an abstract for… Read More →
Work from the Devarenne and Holzenburg labs is highlighted on the cover of this month’s issue of Eukaryotic Cell. Weiss et al used quick-freeze deep-etch electron microscopy to localize liquid hydrocarbon sequestration in a biofuels algae, Botryococcus braunii. This work suggests ways to engineer the algae to secrete their hydrocarbons directly into the medium, improving… Read More →
Brian Noland (PhD Biochemistry and Biophysics 2001) has started a clever Kickstarter project to use iPhones as personal mobile laboratories:
No events are currently scheduled until August 2016. Toggle calendar pages to view other months. Standing Seminar Series: BioBio seminar: Wednesdays, 4:00 pm in BIO BIO 107 Biology seminar: Tuesdays, 4:00 pm in ILSB 1105 BGA Student Seminar: Alternating Fridays, 12:00 pm in NMR127
Prof Vytas Bankaitis, the subject of this 2009 profile in Biotechniques has joined the faculty at Texas A&M. Dr. Bankaitis is a new professor in the College of Medicine and is a joint member in our department.
Today’s speaker: Jeff Chen who is speaking on “Circadian and Small RNA regulation in plant hybrids and polyploids” is one of the BGA-invited seminar speakers.