Indiana University

  • David Starr Jordan Lecture. Daniel Bolnick, University of Texas, Austin.
    March 02 4:00pm
    4:00     David Starr Jordan Prize Ceremony begins –  Jordan Hall A100 Welcome and Introductory Remarks – Michael A. McRobbie, President of Indiana University History of the David Starr Jordan Prize – Larry D. Singell, Executive Dean, College of Arts and Sciences    Introduction of more »
  • Chromosome and Genome Biology Research Group. Jered Wendte (Pikaard lab). "lncRNA Processing and Function in Transcriptional Gene Silencing"
    March 03 12:00pm
  • Micro Seminar Series. Horacio Frydman, Boston University. "Wolbachia, a Bacterium Hitching a Ride in the Drosophila Stem Cell Niche"
    March 03 4:00pm
    Abstract: Tissue tropism is a fundamental aspect of host-microbe interactions. In the Drosophila ovary, Wolbachia have a peculiar tropism for the microenvironment that supports stem cells, known as stem cell niche. This niche tropism facilitates germline colonization promoting successful infection of the next generation. We are dissecting Wo more »
  • BMB Research Seminar Seriers. Heather Hundley, IU Medical Sciences.
    March 04 12:20pm
  • Evolution Discussion Group. Gary Motz, IU Center for Biological Research Collections. "Patterns of Disparity and Diversity: Induced Morphologic Variation of Venerid Bivalves (Bivalvia: Veneridae) of the Indo-Pacific"
    March 05 1:00pm
    Patterns of disparity and diversity: induced morphologic variation of venerid bivalves (Bivalvia: Veneridae) of the Indo-Pacific Abstract: Studies of modern taxonomic richness look increasingly to the fossil record for information about the formation and maintenance of biodiversity. As a hotspot of modern diversity in marine habitats, t more »
February 22 - 28, 2015