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Due to travel circumstances this event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled. Thank you. IGB Seminar - Biocomplexity "Reconstructive Biology as a Window into Historic Optima" Betul Kacar, PhD University of Arizona Molecular and Cell Biology, Astrobiology
A new performance piece by Smitha Vishveshwara (associate professor of physics and member of Beckman’s Social and Emotional Dimensions of Well-being) and Latrelle Bright (clinical assistant professor of theatre)
Wawrzyniec Dobrucki, “Multimodal Imaging Approaches for Quantitative Assessment of Tissue Microenvironments”
Julian I. Schroeder, PhD University of California, San Diego Department of Biology
The Chip McNeill Jazz Quartet members include Professor Charles L. “Chip” McNeill, chair of the School of Music’s Jazz Division; Whitney Ashe, piano; Andy Wheelock, drums; and Andrey Goncalves, bass. They will play songs from the Great American Songbook, such as Gershwin, Porter, and Berlin.
The Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology's Art of Science program is a celebration of common ground between science and art. Each exhibit comprises images from IGB's research portfolio enhanced to highlight the beauty and fascination encountered daily in scientific endeavors, from the microscopic to the holistic, from the physical to the abstract.
Sandra Tsing Loh, host of the syndicated daily radio science minute and NPR podcast “The Loh Down on Science,” leads a FREE workshop for undergraduate and graduate students and postdocs to help improve communication about their research. Registration is required.
Erich D. Jarvis, PhD Rockefeller University
With a handy Loh Down on Science Communication toolkit, we look at recent Beckman Institute videos of “60 Second Science.” We analyze the language, celebrate the science, laud the presenters .. and remake this moribund format from the ground up.
C. Athena Aktipis, PhD Arizona State University, Department of Psychology
Beckman Postdoctoral Fellows Dan Kleinman and Fan Lam
Flute & Harp Duo with Jean Lee and Sydney Campen
IGB Pioneers Seminar Julia Bailey-Serres, PhD University of California, Riverside Professor of Genetics and Director, Center for Plant Cell Biology
A week-long summer day camp for for girls who are entering 6th, 7th or 8th grade in Fall 2018 who have an interest in the biological sciences.