• Sonneborn Lecture: "How a really really big structure facilitates meiosis." Scott Hawley, University of Kansas Medical Center.
    February 22 4:00pm
    Although many of the core aspects of the meiotic process are highly conserved, many of the proteins and structures that mediate meiosis are rapidly evolving. Two examples of that diversity are the proteins that comprise the central region of the synaptonemal complex (SC) and the Mtrm protein (a regulator of Polo kinase). Our discussion of the SC more »
  • French Club Conversation Table
    February 22 6:00pm
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  • Research Technologies for Global Studies Graduate Group
    February 23 11:00am
    Come learn more about various technologies that ease the research process, such as zotero and endnote! more »
  • Themester Student Proposal Q&A
    February 23 2:00pm
    Student groups are invited to submit programming proposals for Themester 2018’s focus on Animal/Human. Bring questions, rough ideas, or a draft proposal in any stage of development to this information/Q&A session. Student groups are invited to be a part of Fall 2018’s calendar of events. Grants from $50 to $1,500 are availabl more »
  • EEB Seminar Series: "Predicting forest responses to drought stress by linking stomata to whole-plant hydraulic strategies." Bill Anderegg, Ph.D. University of Utah
    February 23 4:00pm
    Forests absorb a quarter of human carbon dioxide emissions, greatly slowing down climate change, but the future of Earth's forests in a rapidly changing climate is highly uncertain. Plant stomata exert first order control on carbon, water, and energy cycling in ecosystems, yet most predictions of stomatal conductance arise from empirical reg more »
Thursday, February 22, 2018