Seminars Fall 2014

Thursday Sept 11th, 12 pm

Speaker: Paul Whitford, Dept. of Physics, Northeastern University, Boston

Title: Using Simulations to Explore the Sterics and Entropy of Ribosome Function

Lunch sandwiches will be served in Öbrinkrummet after the seminar

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Thursday Sept 18th, 12 pm

Speaker: Umesh Varshney, Dept. of Microbiology and Cell Biology, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Title: To be announced

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Thursday Sept 25th, 12 pm

Speaker: John Christodoulou, Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, University College London and Birkbeck College, London

Title: To be announced

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Thursday Oct 23rd, 12 pm

Speaker: Ruben Gonzalez, Dept. of Chemistry, Columbia University, New York

Title: To be announced

Lunch sandwiches will be served in Öbrinkrummet after the seminar

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Thursday Oct 30st, 12 pm

Speaker: Betul Kacar, School of Biology, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

Title: To be announced

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Thursday Nov 6st, 12 pm

Speaker: James Williamson, Dept. of Molecular Biology, Dept. of Chemistry, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA

Title: To be announced

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Thursday Dec 4th, 12 pm

Speaker: Roland Beckmann, Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Munich, Munich

Title: To be announced

Lunch sandwiches will be served in Öbrinkrummet after the seminar

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Thursday Dec 17th, 12 pm

Speaker: Simpson Joseph, Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UCSD, La Jolla, CA

Title: To be announced

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RiboCORE – From ribosome structure to bacterial physiology

The aim of RiboCORE is to through multidisciplinary studies of the ribosome gain insights and results that are not limited by the expertise of individual groups. The research is led by seven internationally recognized group leaders with expertise in computational biology, molecular biology, fast kinetics, crystallography, single molecule and single cell imaging, systems biology, molecular genetics and molecular evolution. The research is performed within a tight collaboration between groups in the departments of Cell and Molecular biology and Medical biochemistry and microbiology at BMC, Uppsala University.

RiboCORE retreat 2014

Funding

 RiboCORE is funded by a 47.5 million SEK grant from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation 2011-2016.