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This seminar will consist of two 20 minutes talks entitled:
"Expanding our knowledge about host-symbiont interactions using PATHOS-DB"
"Single cell -omics: From a single cell to a sequence hell."
We will start the 2016 EVOGENE seminars with no more than three great presentations!
MSc Anders Kristian Krabberød at the Department of Biosciences will be defending the thesis Single cell transcriptomics and genomics – Evolution, phylogeny, and diversity of Radiolaria and their symbionts for the degree of PhD
MSc Anders Kristian Krabberød at the Department of Biosciences will give a trial lecture on the given topic: The diversity and ecology of marine plankton - in the light of the TARA project
This year we'll have a small Christmas party with something to snack on, "gløgg" and Christmas music.
Hope to see you all there!
Marek Elias, University of Ostrava, Czech Republic
Instead of the usual section seminar, this Monday EvoGene PhD and master students will give a short presentation of their projects.
Reidunn Aalen, EVOGENE
Conservation of the abscission signaling peptide IDA during Angiosperm evolution: withstanding genome duplications and gain and loss of the receptors HAE/HSL2
Gustav Vaaje-Kolstad, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Department of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science, Ås, Norway.
Iryna Mikheenko, Birmingham University
Dr. Gregor Obernosterer, Roche Sequencing
Master in Molecular Biosciences Ralf Stefan Neumann at the Department of Biosciences will be defending the thesis: Regulatory non-coding RNA at the root of animals, analysed using sequencing data and bioinformatic tools for the degree of PhD.
Doctoral candidate Ralf Stefan Neumann at the Department of Biosciences will give a trial lecture on the given topic: Novel sequencing technologies and their perspective for personalized medicine
Eric de Muinck, Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis
Ecology of bacteria in the human GI tract
Expression dynamics of long non-coding RNAs in the sponge Sycon ciliatum
Roswitha Schmickl, The Czech Academy of Sciences
Introgression in a periglacial refugium - a case study of Arabidopsis thaliana‘s wild relatives
The Centre for Integrative Microbial Evolution (CIME) cordially invites you to a symposium entitled “Understanding Antibiotic Resistance through Genomics and Genetics”
I hope you all had a nice summer and have recharged your battery packs for EVOGENE activities this autumn!
Today we start off smoothly with a common lunch in the 4th floor EVOGENE kitchen. Bring your lunch box and join in!!
Functional imaging and molecular genetic analysis of peptide induced Ca2+ signaling in Arabidopsis
CIME, EVOGENE & CEES Friday Seminar by Volkhard Kempf from the University Hospital Frankfurt
Prof. Paul Kaufman, University of Massachusetts Medical School at Worcester
SMALL MOLECULE INTERVENTION AGAINST FUNGAL PATHOGENS - FROM MOLECULAR GENETICS TO MATERIALS SCIENCE
Trude Vrålstad, Norwegian Veterinary Institute & EVOGENE
Towards oomycete driven eradication of European freshwater crayfish - can research make a difference?
Monday May 4 from 11.00 (sharp) to 12.00 there will be an EVOGENE information meeting and follow-up from our Finse retreat
DNA methylation reprogramming during embryogenesis in Arabidopsis