Summer Courses available in Biochemistry & Cell Biology
BCB is offering the following 2014 summer courses, BIOC 201, BIOC 211, BIOC 300, BIOC 311, BIOC 341, BIOC 460. »
Shining a light on circadian rhythms in plants.
Recent article published on the Boulder Weekly discusses how Dr. Braam's work on circadian rhythms in plants urges us to rethink not only the way in which fruit and vegetables are stored in our refrigerators, but how it is prepared, and when. »
George Bennett named AIMBE fellow.
George Bennett was inducted at the AIMBE's annual event March 23-25 in Washington, DC. »
Matt Bennett is a featured speaker at the upcoming Synthetic Biology Future conference in Ireland.
This March 13 conference in Cork, Ireland will showcase the cutting edge field of synthetic biology. Rice University's Matt Bennett is one of the scheduled speakers. »
Biochar quiets microbe conversations
Research by Shelly Cheng in Joff Silberg's lab is featured in the NSF online news. »
2014 International Year of Crystallography: Structure Matters
BCB's George Phillips and Jane Tao are two of several speakers to be featured at a symposium on February 14 in Rice University's Bioscience Research Collaborative building at 6500 Main Street. »
p62/SQSTM1 is required for cell survival of apoptosis-resistant bone metastatic prostate cancer cell lines
Chang, M. A., Morgado, M., Warren, C. R., Hinton, C. V., Farach-Carson, M. C. and Delk, N. A. (2014) Prostate, 74: 149–163. doi: 10.1002/pros.22737 »
George Bennett elected to the AIMBE College of Fellows
George Bennett has been elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows. »
Engineered temperature compensation in a synthetic genetic clock
Faiza Hussain, Chinmaya Gupta, Andrew J. Hirning, William Ott, Kathleen S. Matthews, Krešimir Josić, and Matthew R. Bennett. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science : 1316298111v1-201316298. (2014) »