Past Seminars & Workshops

Non-Enzymatic Redox Mechanisms in Fungal Degradation and Pathogenesis

Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 2:00pm

Hasbrouck Room 409

Join us on Thursday as Barry Goodell from UMass Microbiology tells us about "Non-enzymatic Redox Mechanisms in Fungal Degradation and Pathogenesis."  As always, lively discussion will follow!  Lunch is provided! Students, postdocs, faculty, are all invited to this informal luncheon!

Paul Dubin to Speak at Biophysics Lunch!

Thursday, November 2, 2017 - 2:00pm

Hasbrouck Room 409

Join us for the Five College Biophysics Network Lunch as Paul Dubin from the UMass Chemistry Department speaks on the topic of "Heparin and Heparan Sulfate - Essential (Polyelectrolytes?)"  Lively discussion follows!

Come early to chat with your colleagues and enjoy a catered Atkins lunch!  Postdocs, Students, and Faculty are all invited and encouraged to attend. Talks are informal and questions are encouraged.

We still need a speaker for Nov 16; email lgoldner@physics.umass.edu if you'd like to volunteer or make a suggestion.

 

How is a Root Like a Waterfall?

Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 2:00pm

Hasbrouck Room 409

This week's Five College Biophysics Network Lunch will feature Tobias Baskin from the UMass Biology Department, who will address the question: "How is a root like a waterfall?"  Join us and find out!  As always, we promise free lunch and lively discussion!  

Visualization and Molecular Profiling of Intact Neural Tissue

Thursday, September 28, 2017 - 2:00pm

Hasbrouck Room 409

This week's Five College Biophysics Networking Lunch will feature Professor Joseph Bergan, from Psychological and Brain Sciences at UMass, speaking on "Visualization and Molecular Profiling of Intact Neural Tissue."  Join us for lunch catered by Atkins Market, an informal talk, and lots of lively discussion!  Veggie options available.

Multi-Scale Simulation of Protein Chaos

Thursday, September 14, 2017 - 2:00pm

Hasbrouck Room 409

Join us for the first Five College Biophysics Network Lunch of the Fall Semester!  We will be kicking off our season with Jianhan Chen from the Departments of Chemistry, and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, and the Institute for Life Sciences.  Professor Chen will speak on "Multi-Scale Simulation of Protein Chaos."  Join us for a catered lunch, lively discussion, and to help plan events for the rest of the year!

 

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