Fall 2011 Seminar Series

August 31

Michael J. Solomon, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

"Anisotropic Colloids and New Methods for Their Self-Assembly"

September 14

Monica Olvera de la Cruz, Northwestern University

"New Shapes of Heterogeneous Microcompartments and Capsids"

October 26

Christopher V. Rao, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

"Network Dynamics and Intracellular Feedback Control"

November 2

John Katsaras, eutron Scattering Science Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.

"From the Discovery of the Neutron to the Spallation Neutron Source"

November 9  > Van Ness Award Lecture

Hang Lu, Georgia Institute of Technology

"Microfluidic Tools for Imaging Cell, Particles, and Embryos"

November 10 > Van Ness Award Lecture

Hang Lu, Georgia Institute of Technology

"What Engineers Can Do for Large-Scale Biology? ñ
High-Throuput High-Content Tools for Developmental Biology and Neurogenetics"

November 16

Scott L. Diamond, University of Pennsylvania

"High Throughput and Multiscale Patient-Specific Systems Biology"

November 30

Matthew DeLisa, Cornell University

"Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks: Making Useful Proteins in E. coli"

December 7

J. Christopher Love, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

"Engineering Single-Cell Bioanalytics to Evaluate Complex Cellular Systems"