Fall 2020 Series

All talks will be taking place virtually.

1. September 9, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Jeff Hasty

Department of Molecular Biology
UC San Diego

Engineered Gene Circuits: From Clocks to Tumors

David McMillen
2. September 16, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Greg McLaskey

Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
Cornell University

Earthquakes in a laboratory by squeezing a 3 m rock

Semechah Lui
3. September 23, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Wendy Bohon

Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology

Trust me, I'm a scientist! The science of science communication

Lindsay Schoenbohm
4. September 30, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Craig Crews 

Department of Chemistry
Yale University

PROTAC-mediated Protein Degradation: A New Therapeutic Modality

Murtaza Hassan
5. October 7, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Jody Mason

Department of Biology & Biochemistry
University of Bath

Intracellular Library screening and Selection to Derive Selective Protein-protein Interaction Antagonists.

Jumi Shin
6. October 14, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Lee Cronin

School of Chemistry
University of Glasgow

Is Chemical Space Designed or Discovered?

Karan Malhotra
7. October 21, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Sarah Bohndiek

Department of Physics
University of Cambridge

Seeing Early Cancer in a New Light

Kamdin Mirsanaye
8. October 28, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Jeanne Stachowiak

Cockrell School of Engieering
The University of Texas at Austin 

Intrinsically Disordered Proteins as Physical Drivers of Membrane Traffic

Claudiu Gradinaru
9. November 4, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Alan Aspuru Guzik

Department of Chemistry
University of Toronto 

We have no time for science as usual

Scott Prosser
10. November 11, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Mary Droser

Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
University of California, Riverside

The Evolution and Ecology of early animals: The view from the Ediacaran from South Australia.

Marc Laflamme
11. November 18, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Isaac Li

Department of Chemistry
University of British Columbia Okanagan

Imaging molecular force with DNA sensors

Sarah Rauscher
12. November 25, 2020 3:10 - 4:10pm

Nathanael Gray

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Harvard Cancer Center

Using chemoproteomics to inform the development of small molecule degraders

Murtaza Hassan