What you can learn from computer modelling

Speaker: Christine Jacobs-Wagner Department: Casimir Research School Subject: How to achieve cellular replication without fail: lessons from bacterial cells Location: Delft Date: October 13, 2017 Although Christine Jacobs-Wagner studied biochemistry in college, she would describe herself more as a cell biologist. According to her, one is not defined by education, but rather by the questions … Continue reading What you can learn from computer modelling

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How to achieve cellular replication without fail: Lessons from bacterial cells

Speaker:     Christine Jacobs-Wagner Department: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, Yale University Subject:       How to achieve cellular replication without fail: Lessons from bacterial cells Location:    TU Delft (BN) Date:           13-10-2017 Author: Antoine Rolland This talk was given by Christine Jacobs-Wagner. She started her talk by saying that most of the work in her lab … Continue reading How to achieve cellular replication without fail: Lessons from bacterial cells

Modeling of the ribosome and the RNA polymerase molecular motors

Speaker: Bahareh Shakiba Department: Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Zanjan, Iran Location: TU Delft Date: July 12, 2017 Author: Teun Huijben Bahareh has just finished her PhD and is now doing a Postdoc at the IASBS in Iran. In this talk she explained what she has studied during her PhD, in which she … Continue reading Modeling of the ribosome and the RNA polymerase molecular motors

Diversity of immune repertoires

Speaker: Aleksandra Wolczak   Department: Bionanoscience Department Subject: Diversity of immune repertoires         Location: Building 58, TU Delft         Date: 09-12-2016  Author: Nemo Andrea Aleksandra Wolczak is a researcher at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) and the Centre National Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). She is known for applying statistical dynamics to cells in cases where traditional … Continue reading Diversity of immune repertoires

Collective Sensing by Communicating Cells

Speaker: Andrew Mugler Department: Department of Physics and Astronomy, Purdue University Subject: Collective Sensing by Communicating Cells Location: Delft University of Technology Date: 16 December 2016 Author: Romano van Genderen This weeks talk at the department of Bionanoscience was given by prof Mugler of Purdue University. He started by showing us a video of a … Continue reading Collective Sensing by Communicating Cells