Biological Sciences Seminar Series
The Department of Biological Sciences hosts a series of scientific seminars in the Fall and Winter quarters. These seminars are held on Tuesdays from 12:10 PM to 1:00 PM unless otherwise noted. The room location is listed at the bottom of the page. Occasionally, there are special seminars in Spring quarter which will also be posted below. Speakers and topics are reported as soon as they become available.
Seminar Series for Winter Quarter 2013
|Jan. 15||Richard E. Shope, Ed.D.
Youth Science Center &
Loyola Marymount University
|Science as a 2nd language: Acquiring fluency through science enterprises|
|Jan. 29||Michael Kahn, Ph.D.
Keck School of Medicine
|To differentiate or not to differentiate: A tale of two coactivators|
|Feb. 12||Ulrich Mueller, Ph.D.
Dorris Neuroscience Center
Scripps Research Institute
|Shaping our minds: Stem and progenitor cell diversity in the mammalian neocortex|
|Feb. 26||Hailing Jin, Ph.D.
Plant Pathology and Microbiology
|Small RNAs and RNAi machinery play an important role in plant immunity|
|Mar. 12||Shuwa Xu, Ph.D.
Beckman Biological Imaging Center
California Institute of Technology
|Orb2 regulated aPKC asymmetric expression is required to establish spermatids elongation polarity during Drosophila spermatogenesis|
Note: Seminars are located in the Biological Sciences Building, room 244.