• GCDB Seminar Series: "Pore-ing into the nucleus." Sue Jaspersen, Associate Professor Ph.D. Stowers Institute.
    October 19 4:00pm
    The hallmark feature of eukaryotic cells is their nucleus, which contains the genetic material. In addition to the chromosomes, the nucleus also contains numerous protein complexes that control gene expression, DNA replication and repair, chromosome segregation and many nuclear processes are essential for genomic integrity and cell proliferation more »
  • EEB Seminar Series: "Peering into the tangled bank of biofilms using experimental evolution." Vaughn Cooper.
    October 20 4:00pm
    Ecological and evolutionary processes within host-associated communities are mysterious because the precise conditions favoring certain genotypes or strategies cannot be reconstituted. Identifying the forces that drive pathogen evolution within infections would be invaluable for treatment, particularly for biofilm-associated infections associate more »
  • IU Science Fest
    October 21 9:00am
    Get ready for hands-on educational fun! The annual IU Science Fest is a day dedicated to science learning for all ages.   Witness a volcano eruption simulation, experiment with bacteria that light up, and explore color changes happening in chemical reactions. See live snakes and tortoises. Test your knowledge about biodiversity in y more »
  • EcoLunch: "Title TBD." Speaker TBD.
    October 23 12:00pm
  • Holland Lecture: "Title TBA." Vanessa Ezenwa, University of Georgia.
    October 23 4:00pm
    Vanessa Ezenwa holds joint appointments at UGA, one in the Odum School of Ecology and the other in the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Department of Infectious Diseases. From African gazelles and buffalo to spiny mice, Vanessa Ezenwa’s research investigates the ecology of disease in wild animals. By integrating field work, molec more »
Thursday, October 19, 2017