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NOV 15
P&ES Seminar - Matt Koski,

P&ES Seminar - Matt Koski, "The evolution of flower color: are pollinators always that important?"

Matt Koski, Biological Sciences, Clemson University
Plant & Environmental Science Seminar on Nov 15 at 12:15 in BRC G100. 

12:15 pm


NOV 15
JoAnn Sekiguchi, University of Michigan

JoAnn Sekiguchi, University of Michigan

DNA double strand break repair in immune system function and maintenance of genome stability

2:30 pm


NOV 15
BioSci Seminar - Craig Lowe,

BioSci Seminar - Craig Lowe, "Copy number variation in vertebrate evolution and human disease"

Craig Lowe, PhD - Duke University School of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
Copy number variation in vertebrate evolution and human disease 

https://mgm.duke.edu/faculty-and-research/primary-faculty/craig-lowe-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


NOV 22
TIGERS ADVANCE Distinguished Speaker Series

TIGERS ADVANCE Distinguished Speaker Series

Mariana Wolfner, Cornell University: What's love got to do with it? Stimulating reproduction and activating eggs in Drosophila

2:30 pm


NOV 25
SciencePREP

SciencePREP

Science and Society

Brian Clark, Interim Director, Duke Center for Science, Technology & Public Policy

Brian Clark is the Interim Director of Duke’s Center for Science, Technology, and Public Policy at the Initiative for Science and Society. Prior to joining the Science and Society team, Brian worked as an energy and evironmental policy advisor for Seantor Elizabeth Warren. He earned his P.hD. in Physics from Harvard University, where his researched focused on high energy physics at CERN's Large Hardol Collider. He also earned a Masters of Advanced Study Mathematics from the University of Cambridge, where he studied as a Marshall Scholar, and a Bachelor of Science from North Carolina State University. 

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5:30 pm


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