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Here are some upcoming events in Biological Sciences

NOV 30
BioSci Seminar - Brett Aiello,

BioSci Seminar - Brett Aiello, "Fish, flight, and phylogeny: the evolutionary tuning of neuromechanical systems for effective movement"

Brett Aiello, Georgia Institute of Technology
Fish, flight, and phylogeny: the evolutionary tuning of neuromechanical systems for effective movement
https://brettaiello.weebly.com    @braiello
Hosted by Rick Blob

Our department hosts a free and open seminar series during the Fall and Spring semesters. In Fall 2020, all seminars will be virtual on Mondays at 11:15 am.   Email biolsci@clemson.edu to request a Zoom link if you are not in our department and would like to attend a seminar.

11:15 am


DEC 7
BioSci Seminar - Michi Taga,

BioSci Seminar - Michi Taga, "Decoding Nutritional Interactions in Microbial Communities"

Michi Taga,  Plant & Microbial Biology, University of California, Berkeley
Decoding Nutritional Interactions in Microbial Communities
https://tagalab.berkeley.edu.  @UCBTagaLab
Hosted by Emily Rosowski

Our department hosts a free and open seminar series during the Fall and Spring semesters. In Fall 2020, all seminars will be virtual on Mondays at 11:15 am. Email biolsci@clemson.edu to request a Zoom link if you are not in our department and would like to attend a seminar.

11:15 am


JAN 25
BioSci Seminar - Karen Kidd,

BioSci Seminar - Karen Kidd, "What happens when fish - and their prey - go on "The Pill"?"

Karen Kidd, Department of Biology and Department of Environment and Health, McMaster University
What happens when fish - and their prey - go on "The Pill"?
http://www.karenkiddlab.com
Hosted by Peter van den Hurk

Our department hosts a free and open seminar series during the Fall and Spring semesters. In Fall 2020, all seminars will be virtual on Mondays at 11:15 am.   Email biolsci@clemson.edu to request a Zoom link if you are not in our department and would like to attend a seminar.

11:15 am


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