New Book has been published
Protein Actions, Principles and Modeling, a book by Ivet Bahar, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Robert L Jernigan, Iowa State University and Ken A. Dill, Laufer Center for Physical and Quantitative Biology, Sony Brook University has just been published by Garland Science. Ken, Ivet and Bob are pictured below at the recent Biophysical Society 61st Annual Meeting in New Orleans where it appeared. Jernigan is a BCB faculty member in the BBMB Department at Iowa State.
AMES, Iowa – The Confocal and Multiphoton Facility, Image Analysis Facility, Microscopy and NanoImaging Facility, and the Roy J. Carver Laboratory for Ultrahigh Resolution Biological Microscopy (part of the Institute for Combinatorial Discovery) are merging into a new Roy J. Carver High Resolution Microscopy Facility (HRMF). Margie Carter, Tracey Stewart, and Curtis Mosher will manage the HRMF, to be administered by the Office of Biotechnology.
The BCBGSO will be hosting our 3rd annual BCB Symposium on Friday, March 31, 2017 at Reiman Gardens.
The symposium will feature several speakers, a poster session highlighting graduate and undergraduate student research, and will also include time for speakers to interact with students. In addition to sharing their research, speakers are invited to discuss their journey to their current position and offer advice to current students who would like to pursue a career in academia.
Speakers for the symposium include:
ISU scientist receives NSF grant to study origins and functions of orphan genes in corn and other crops
by Fred Love, ISU News Service
AMES, Iowa – An Iowa State University scientist is leading an effort funded by a National Science Foundation grant to identify the origins and functions of “orphan genes” in the genomes of corn and other crops.