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July 20, 2017

External funding breaks half-billion dollars

Research Funding - 2nd highest year

By Mike Krapfl, ISU News Service

June 26, 2017

BCB has admitted several new faculty to BCB faculty membership in the recent past. Find all faculty for the BCB program on the people page.  These three faculty were most recently admitted to BCB faculty membership:

May 30, 2017

Jim Reecy, professor of animal science and director of the office of biotechnology, and a BCB faculty member, has been named an associate vice president for research in the office of the vice president for research (OVPR), effective June 1.

May 16, 2017

Need help writing, formatting, or finalizing parts of your thesis or dissertation? The

May 15, 2017

A total of eight students will be joining BCB this fall to pursue their PhD degrees.  Here are three students who will be joining from overseas:

Shofi Andari

Malang, Indonesia

May 08, 2017

The Center for Communication Excellence of the Graduate College provides graduate students with advanced writing support, resources, and development opportunities.

February 26, 2017

The Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Graduate program will welcome 8 new students in Fall 2017.  Below are five of the 8 students joining the program.  Three others who are joining are featured here.

February 16, 2017

New Book has been published

January 11, 2017

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.

December 20, 2016

The BCBGSO will be hosting our 3rd annual BCB Symposium on Friday, March 31, 2017 at Reiman Gardens.


December 14, 2016

ISU scientist receives NSF grant to study origins and functions of orphan genes in corn and other crops


by Fred Love, ISU News Service


December 01, 2016

BCB Student and Mentor Form New Business

November 29, 2016

AAAS honors six Iowa State researchers for distinguished work advancing science - Two are BCB faculty members...


November 16, 2016

Congratulations to Sweta Roy-Carson who won the university-wide 3MT, Three Minute Thesis competition sponsored by the Graduate College.


September 29, 2016

Dan Nettleton has been named director of the Laurence H. Baker Center for Bioinformatics and Biological Statistics at Iowa State University.  Nettleton will lead the L.H.

September 28, 2016

Fellowship/Assistantship available for
Spring, 2017 admission to
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BCB) at Iowa State University
 

September 23, 2016

AMES, Iowa – David Grewell, professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering; Paul Plummer, associate professor of veterinary diagnostic and production animal medicine; and Nicole Valenzuela, associate professor of ecology, evolution, and organismal biology,

September 23, 2016

Iowa State cyber-security playground named finalist for R&D 100 Award


Posted Aug 30, 2016 11:45 am


September 16, 2016

Federal STEM Graduate Seminar Series -- How to Successfully Apply for Federal Fellowships

September 08, 2016

By Mike Krapfl, News Service
 

The third round of funding from a presidential initiative will build four research teams that will use big data to benefit human and animal health, improve cities and build new tools for researchers.

September 06, 2016

A new, exciting series of events called Knowledge on Tap is beginning Wednesday, September 14 at 7 p.m. at Torrent Brewing Company in Ames.

September 06, 2016

The Graduate College will hold its first

Three-Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition

2 – 5 p.m. Tuesday, November 15, 2016 – 1213 Hoover Hall

 

August 06, 2016

Offered Fall 2016 - 2 credits

The basics of protein computations, protein mechanisms, and computations to infer mechanisms.

Course includes a project to help you learn about the mechanism of a protein of interest to you

August 06, 2016

Purpose of Math/ComS/CprE 424 & 525:  The purpose of 424 and 525 is to train students to be able to effectively use on-campus High Performance Computing (HPC) machines. Students without Fortran or C programming experience should take 424 and then 525.

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