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Here are some upcoming events in Biological Sciences

SEP 25
Showing of Chasing Coral Documentary Film

Showing of Chasing Coral Documentary Film

Come see a showing of the award-winning documentary film "Chasing Coral" about the plight of our most endangered ecosystem on our planet.

6:30 pm Brackett Auditorium


SEP 27
Discover Science Lecture Series

Discover Science Lecture Series

Dr. John Hawks, an internationally recognized expert on human evolution and genetics who has appeared in documentary films on PBS and National Geographic, will speak on campus about “Fossils, genomes, and our African origins.” The talk is free and open to the public. The location has been moved from the Watt Center to Freeman Hall auditorium.

3:30 pm


SEP 27
BioSci Seminar - Caryn E. Outten,

BioSci Seminar - Caryn E. Outten, "Finding Iron Balance: Mechanisms for Regulating Iron Homeostasis in Yeast"

Dr. Caryn E. Outten, University of South Carolina, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry 
Finding Iron Balance: Mechanisms for Regulating Iron Homeostasis in Yeast

https://www.sc.edu/study/colleges_schools/chemistry_and_biochemistry/internal/research_groups/caryn_e_outten/index.php  

Our department hosts a free and open seminar series during the Fall and Spring semesters. Unless noted otherwise, seminars take place 3:40 – 4:40 pm in Jordan Hall Room G-33 (basement level). For location details, view the Map and Parking Services information.

3:40 pm


OCT 11
Ann Guggisberg, Washington University

Ann Guggisberg, Washington University

Drug resistance uncovers novel regulators of malaria metabolism

2:30 pm


OCT 11
BioSci Seminar - John Rawls,

BioSci Seminar - John Rawls, "Integrative physiology of host-microbiota interactions in the vertebrate intestine"

Dr. John Rawls, Duke University School of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology and Director, Duke Microbiome Center  
Integrative physiology of host-microbiota interactions in the vertebrate intestine

https://mgm.duke.edu/faculty-and-research/primary-faculty/john-rawls-phd/

Our department hosts a free and open seminar series during the Fall and Spring semesters. Unless noted otherwise, seminars take place 3:40 – 4:40 pm in Jordan Hall Room G-33 (basement level). For location details, view the Map and Parking Services information.

3:40 pm


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