- Neanderthals: from Bone to Genomes
Seminar presentation by Dr. Igor Ovchinnokov, Associate Professor in Residence at the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
and Department of Anthropology at the University of Connecticut.
- Gene regulation of cattle follicular selection; a model for women's health
Seminar talk by Dr. Eric Antoniou, Assistant Professor from the
University of Missouri-Columbia Animal Sciences Research Center.
- What Do Opera and Computational Chemistry Have in Common?
Scientific researchers have discovered the power of what is being called the third branch of science: computer simulation. Frequently, the ability to perform exceedingly complex calculations unlocks the door to a new understanding of nature.
- Womens Leadership Colloquium 2011 - Spring into Science: Fields of Opportunity
The Women’s Leadership Colloquium seeks to inspire leaders to become more consciously aware of their potential in taking leadership roles in educational settings.
- Researching and Selecting Graduate Schools in the Sciences
Considering graduate school in the sciences?
There are over 4500 graduate school programs in biology and the life sciences in the United States.
- NSSS: Sally Hoskins - Using intensive analysis of primary literature to demystify and humanize science for undergraduates: the C.R.E.A.T.E. strategy.
The Natural Science Seminar Series and the York Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning are pleased to co-sponsor Sally Hoskins from the The City College of CUNY: Using intensive analysis of primary literature to demystify and humanize science for undergraduates: the C.R.E.A.T.E. strategy.
- NSSS: Gabriela Arias
Talk Title: Studying the aggregation of hIAPP12-18 using spectroscopic and microscopic techniques
- Two Chemistry Students at the head of the Graduating Class of Spring 2012!
The Department of Chemistry proudly salutes our spring 2012 graduates:
- NSSS: Signal Transduction
SPEAKER: Ales Vancura, Department of Biology, St. John’s University
- NSSS: A biophysical tour de force, quantum dot-based single molecule imaging for molecular neuroscience
SPEAKER: Jerry Chang, The Rockefeller University, Greengard Laboratory