Upcoming Events

  • Friday, May 1st, 9:30am

    at Silver 1003

    PhD Student Colloquium

    Stephanie Lauer, Seana Lymer, Rani Yeung

  • Monday, May 4th, 4:00pm

    at CGSB Auditorium, 12 Waverly Place

    Monday Seminar Series

    Dr. Nicolas Buchler, Duke University

  • Monday, May 11th, 4:00pm

    at CGSB Auditorium, 12 Waverly Place

    Monday Seminar Series

    Dr. Sam Díaz-Muñoz, NYU Biology

Complete list of events

Spotlight on Education

Biology Open House Fall 2013

Come to the Biology UG Open House to learn about study away opportunities, the new Ecology track, the new GPH/Science major, changes to Bio curriculum, new lab courses, and informal advising. Read More

Facilities & Resources

Freedom Evo 150

The Freedom Evo Robot facilitates high-throughput experiments. Read More

News

  • Classical models of leading-edge protrusion rely on a Arp2/3-dependent treadmilling of dendritic actin network. However, in the absence of the Arp2/3 complex fibroblast cells maintain an ability to move. Joint work of Mogilner and Rong Li labs shows that cells extend formin-driven filopodia and build actin-myosin arcs in between filopodia, so that contraction of these arcs acting against membrane tension ...

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  • An “education kit” was designed and constructed for disseminating to teaching institutes worldwide a collection of transgenic reporter Arabidopsis plants that allows students to explore the molecular genetics of root development. 

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  • The Scientist Magazine conducts an annual competition to name the top 10 innovations in the life sciences. Tara Rock was asked to be on the judging panel.

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  • A team of scientists has identified the neurons used in certain types of motion detection—findings that deepen our understanding of how the visual system functions.

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  • Idan Efroni developed a method to diagnose the identity of single cells and detect chimeric and transition states of cells undergoing reprogramming.

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People Past and Present

Gloria Coruzzi
Gloria M. Coruzzi

Professor

"Studying plant systems biology innovations in nitrogen-use efficiency."

Meet Dr. Coruzzi

Video Spotlight

CGSB Scientist R. Bonneau and IBM Mark Computational Milestone

IBM announced a major computational milestone – surpassing 500,000 CPU years of computer time used by CGSB scientist Richard Bonneau and his Proteome Folding Project. Read More