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2020 Spring Seminar Series - Dr. Katherine Rogers

Feb. 4, 2020

Event Information Who: Dr. Katherine Rogers | What: Investigating embryonic patterning with in vivo optogenetics | When: Friday, Feb. 14, 2020 | Where: SI 2001 | At Noon | Dr. Katherine Rogers Postdoctoral researcher with Patrick Müller Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of the Max Planck Society Developmental optogenetics Investigating embryonic patterning...

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2020 Spring Seminar Series - Dr. Daniel Forest Doak

Jan. 31, 2020

Event Information Who: Dr. Daniel Forest Doak | What: Investigating Spatial Structure and Function in an African Savanna: Termites, Mammals, Trees, and Grass | When: Friday, Feb. 7th | Where: SI 2001 | At Noon | Dr. Daniel Forest Doak, Professor and Colorado Chair of Environmental Studies Environmental Studies Program...

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Dr. Rachel Mueller - 2020 Seminar Series

Jan. 24, 2020

Event Information Who: Dr. Rachel Mueller | What: Salamander cells are big on transposable elements | When: Friday, Jan. 31, 2020 | Where: SI 2001 | At Noon | Dr. Rachel Mueller, Professor Department of Biology Colorado State University My lab studies genome expansion and the associated effects on cell...

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2020 Spring Seminar Series - Dr. Brad Stith

Jan. 10, 2020

Event Information Who: Dr. Brad Stith | What: 38+ Years of Research at the University of Colorado | When: Friday, Jan. 24, 2020 | Where: SI 2001 | At Noon | As I will be starting a phased retirement, I will summarize my career at UCD (from 1981)…highlighting students, career...

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2019 Fall Seminar Series - Dr. Matthew Hurteau

Nov. 22, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Matthew Hurteau What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Friday, Dec. 6th, at Noon Where: NC 3202 Dr. Matthew Hurteau Associate Professor University of New Mexico, Dept. of Biology Wildfire and climate influences on forest carbon carrying capacity Understanding how projected climate and climate-driven increases in wildfire...

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2019 Fall Seminar Series - Dr. Tania Reis

Nov. 15, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Tina Reis What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Friday, Nov. 22nd at Noon Where: NC 3202 Tânia Reis, PhD Associate Professor University of Colorado, Medical School Department of Medicine Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes “How flies get fat: from genes to neurons:” Preventing obesity requires...

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2019 Fall Seminar Series - Dr. Gabriela Chavarria

Nov. 8, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Gabriela Chavarria What: 2019 Fall Graduate Student Seminar When: Monday, Nov. 15th, at Noon Where: NC 3202 Dr. Gabriela Chavarría Vice President of Science and Chief Curator Denver Museum of Nature and Science Pollinator Conservation—The Truth About the Birds and the Bees Only 15 percent of...

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Near-Infrared Chemiluminescent Nanoparticles for In Vivo Optical Imaging

Nov. 5, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Jung-Jae Lee What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Friday, Nov. 8, 2019 Where: NC 3202 at Noon Imaging techniques are a vital part of clinical diagnostics and biomedical research. Optical molecular imaging makes use of relatively harmless, low-energy light, and technically straightforward instrumentation. Bioluminescence imaging systems,...

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Diversification and speciation in crossbills: the magic of a “charmed life”

Oct. 25, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Craig Benkman What: 2019 Fall Graduate Student Seminar When: Friday, Nov. 1, 2019 Where: NC 3202 at Noon Dr. Craig Benkman Professor and Robert B. Berry Distinguished Chair in Ecology University of Wyoming After providing an overview of the patterns and processes driving crossbill ( Loxia...

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Politics, Science, and Wildlife Conservation

Oct. 21, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Mike Phillips What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Friday, Oct. 25th, at Noon Where: NC 3202 Mr Mike Phillips Director of the Turner Endangered Species Fund Author, The wolves of Yellowstone While working for the Fish & Wildlife Service Mike transferred to the National Park Service...

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