The George Phillips lab participates in a new NSF consortium.
The NSF is funding a new Science and Technology Center to explore the use of strong X-ray lasers to detail the atomic structures of molecules with a resolution approaching the nanoscale. »
Biochar and Microbial Signaling: Production Conditions Determine Effects on Microbial Communication.
Caroline A. Masiello , Ye Chen , Xiaodong Gao ,Shirley Liu , Hsiao-Ying Cheng, Matthew R. Bennett , Jennifer A. Rudgers , Daniel S. Wagner, Kyriacos Zygourakis, and Jonathan J. Silberg. Environ. Sci. Technol. (2013, September 11) DOI: 10.1021/es401458s. »
Translational Research Forum sponsored by BioHouston and the Houston Area Translational Research Consortium.
The panel of experts included TMC president Robert Robbins; Rice University Vice Provost Cindy Farach-Carson; MDACC Surgeon Robert Satcher; and Santé Ventures chief scientific officer Casey Cunningham. »
The Crystal Structure and RNA-Binding of an Orthomyxovirus Nucleoprotein.
Wenjie Zheng, John Olson, Vikram Vakharia, Yizhi Jane Tao. PLoS Pathogens. 9(9):e1003624. (2013) doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1003624. »
2013 Graduate Student Publications (Early Edition)
Follow this link to the current listing of BCB graduate student publications reported in 2013. (An update will be posted in January for all of 2013.) »
Carson lab findings featured by online science media.
Neeraja Dharmaraj, Brian Engel, and Dan Carson report a link between EGFR and MUC1 expression in some cancer cell lines in a new Journal of Cellular Biochemistry article that is receiving a lot of popular media attention this month. »
GSA Research Symposium Highlights.
Follow the link to the GSA Research Symposium Photo Album to see the award winners, the guest speakers, and photos of the August 24 event. »
Lwigale Lab has two new articles online this month.
(1) James W Spurlin, III and Peter Lwigale. IOVS (
2013). (2) Ana F. Ojeda, Ravi P. Munjaal, Peter Y. Lwigale. Gene Expression Patterns
2013 BCB GSA Research Symposium & Retreat
The BCB Graduate Student Association has organized a department-wide research symposium and retreat for August 24, 2013. Please save the date - follow this link to see an early draft of the schedule (subject to minor changes). »