AMES, IA – Iowa State University researchers for the first time have mapped the various molecular components that govern how environmentally stressed plants interrupt their normal growth pathways by tapping into an important energy recycling function.
A total of nine students will be joining BCB this fall to pursue their PhD degrees. Here are four students who will be joining from overseas:
Pune, MH, India
B.Sc in Biotechnology from University of Pune
M.Sc in Bioinformatics from University of Pune
The Center for Communication Excellence of the Graduate College provides graduate students with advanced writing support, resources, and development opportunities. To expand the scope of their services in the upcoming academic year, they would like to train a new cohort of Graduate Peer Mentors – Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Writing Consultants.
The Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Graduate program will welcome 9 new students in Fall 2017. Several of those who visited in March 2017 are joining, including:
BS and MS in Biochem, Genetics and in Biotech from Bangalore Univ.
M.S. in Bioinformatics, Proteomics and Genomics from the Univ of Toledo