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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.
NSSS - Activation of sigma-2 receptors that cause programmed cell death (apoptosis)
SPEAKER: Wayne Bowen
Located in Fall 2014
NSSS - Mechanistic Enzymology of Isoprenoid Biosynthetic Enzymes
SPEAKER: Scott T. Lefurgy
Located in Fall 2014
NSSS - New Approaches to Antibacterial Therapy and to Biofuel Production
SPEAKER: Jason Sello
Located in Fall 2014
NSSS - Radiation Stability of Ionic Liquids: A Comparative Study
SPEAKER: Suraj Dhiman
Located in Fall 2014
NSSS - Self Assembly of Soft Matter (Nanoscience)
SPEAKER: Dmytro Nykypanchuk
Located in Fall 2014
NSSS: A biophysical tour de force, quantum dot-based single molecule imaging for molecular neuroscience
SPEAKER: Jerry Chang, The Rockefeller University, Greengard Laboratory
NSSS: Alicia Reid - Chemistry for PET Imaging
The Natural Science Seminar Series at York College presents Alicia Reid, Department of Physical, Environmental and Computer Sciences, Medgar Evers College Chemistry for PET Imaging
NSSS: Andrea Pizzo - The membrane-raft protein Flotillin-1 is essential in dopamine neurons for amphetamine-induced behavior in Drosophila
The Natural Science Seminar Series is pleased to present Andrea Pizzo from the Department of Pharmacology, Columbia University Medical Center for a talk entitled "The membrane-raft protein Flotillin-1 is essential in dopamine neurons for amphetamine-induced behavior in Drosophila."
Located in Members / Arne Christensen
NSSS: CdTe nanostructures for solar cell application by Justyna Widera
Natural Science Seminar Series (NSSS) provides an opportunity to foster the engagement of faculty, students and staff in the scientific enterprise and to cultivate an environment of intellectual discourse and growth by promoting interaction between scientists at every level. Presented by the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, and Earth and Physical Sciences.