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Hong Mu of the Broyde Lab presents ACS live slides for "Nucleotide Excision Repair Lesion-Recognition Protein Rad4 Captures a Pre-Flipped Partner Base in a Benzo[a]pyrene-Derived DNA Lesion: How Structure Impacts the Binding Pathway". The paper published in 2017 was an ACS Editors' Choice.
WIRED challenged biologist Neville Sanjana to explain CRISPR to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and a CRISPR expert.
2017 GoldLab Symposium, University of Colorado Boulder: Elodie Ghedin, "Frenemies: Microbial Interactions in Respiratory Diseases"
2017 March for Science, Washington D.C. - NYU Teach-in on the Mall: Biology faculty, scientists and students join the wider NYU community at the teach-in.
Roger Tsien unexpectedly passed away. New York University Biology researchers wish to memorialize Tsien’s contribution’s with a collage of our favorite GFP images from our own work.
2016 The Allied Genetics Conference : Sevinc Ercan, "X-specific targeting of the C. elegans dosage compensation complex."
2016 The Allied Genetics Conference : Christine Rushlow, "Zelda pioneers early enhancers during genome activation"
2016 World Malaria Day Symposium: Jane Carlton discusses the current work of the Center for the Study of Complex Malaria in India.
2016 National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) Seminar: Alex Mogilner, "Mechanisms of spontaneous and induced motility initiation"
2016 World Science Festival - Big Ideas Series: Neville Sanjana participates in a panel discussion, "Game Change – CRISPR's Brave New World"
World Community Grid - The Human Proteome Folding Project - July 2016 Update: Rich Bonneau gives World Community Grid a detailed update on recent studies, papers, and findings made possible by code and data from the Human Proteome Folding Project.
2016 ISSCR Annual Meeting: Esteban Mazzoni and other ISSCR members reflect on the annual meeting and what it means to them.
2015 Nanopore Community Meeting: Elodie Ghedin, "Getting the flu: exploring influenza virus evolutionary dynamics"
2015 Genomics and Healthcare Conference: Rahul Satija, "Building a molecular microscope with single cell genomics"
SEARCA Agriculture and Development Seminar Series 2015: Michael Purugganan, " The Evolution of Plant Genomes "
"Epigenetics at Work" 2015 roundtable at The Helix Center: Fei Li participates in an interdisciplinary forum on Epigenetics.
Open Ed: Natural Science II: Genomes and Diversity, Associate Professor Mark Siegal
NYU Tel Aviv NYU Biology major testimonial: James
NYU Tel Aviv NYU Biology major testimonial: Gabi
NYU Tel Aviv NYU Biology major testimonial: Darshan
2015 NYU Developmental Genetics Symposium - Session 1: Anna-Katterina Hadjantonakis (MSKCC), Keynote: Michael Levine (Princeton University) ††
2015 NYU Developmental Genetics Symposium - Session 2: Alberto Stolfi (NYU Biology), Keynote: Elaine Fuchs (Rockefeller University) ††
2015 NYU Developmental Genetics Symposium - Session 3: Idan Efroni (NYU Biology), Jan Philipp Junker (MDC Berlin), Laurie Boyer (MIT) ††
2015 NYU Developmental Genetics Symposium - Session 4: Anna Di Gregorio (NYU Dentistry), David Gifford (MIT), Gloria Coruzzi (NYU Biology) ††
CGSB researchers and researchers from AfricaRice interview subsistence farmers still growing a native rice. This work was supported by the National Science Foundation Plant Genome Research Program.
2015 NYU Genomics Symposium Keynote: Jennifer Doudna (Berkeley), "CRISPR Biology - From Basic Science to Breakthrough Technology" †
Jane Carlton, director of the NYU Center for Genomics and Systems Biology, and Ari Patrinos, deputy director for research at the Center for Urban Science and Progress—explain how the Grand Challenge grant will help them map the “MetaGenome” of New York City.
2015 Redpath Museum Auditorium, McGill University - Organismal seminar: Claude Deplan, "Evolution of Color and motion Vistion" (part 1)
2015 Redpath Museum Auditorium, McGill University - Organismal seminar: Claude Deplan, "Evolution of Color and motion Vistion" (part 2)
2015 CITP Princeton Luncheon Speaker Series: Rich Bonneau and Josh Tucker – The NYU Social Media and Political Participation Lab: "Using Social Networks to Improve Quantification of the Dynamics of Individual Level Political Behavior"
2014 Simons Institute, Berkley University - Computational Theories of Evolution workshop: Edo Kussel, "Evolution in Fluctuating Environments"
2014 NYU Genomics Symposium: Chip Aquadro (Cornell), "Sex, flies and conflict: the molecular evolution of germline stem cell genes in Drosophila" †
2014 NYU Genomics Symposium: Leonie Moyle (Indiana), "Evolutionary genomics of plant reproductive behavior" †
2014 NYU Genomics Symposium: Greg Gibson (Georgia Institute of Technology), "Are humans getting fitter, sicker, neither or both?" †
2014 NYU Genomics Symposium: Itsik Pe’er (Columbia), "Sequencing the Ashkenazi genome" †
2014 NYU Genomics Symposium: Kristen Bomblies (Harvard), "Adaptation to whole genome duplication in Arabidopsis arenosa" †
2014 NYU Genomics Symposium: Casey Dunn (Brown), "Phylogenetics will be the new genetics" †
2014 NYU Genomics Symposium Keynote: Deborah Charlesworth (University of Edinburgh), "What can plants tell us about sex chromosome evolution?" †
2014 7th Annual Womensphere Global Summit, Innovation & Technology Leadership Day : Elodie Ghedin.
Jane Carlton discusses her early interest and current research of Malaria at the Emory University Malaria Host-Pathogen Interaction Center.
2013 Rosalind Franklin Society Board Meeting: Carol Shoshkes Reiss, "How External Events Influence Opportunities"
NYU President John Sexton officially dedicated the new Irene Rose Sohn Zegar Memorial Greenhouse at the NYU Center for Genomics and Systems Biology on October 17th, 2012.
World Community Grid - Human Proteome Folding - 2011 Lecture Series: Richard Bonneau lecture on the Human Proteome Folding project running on World Community Grid (part 1)
World Community Grid - Human Proteome Folding - 2011 Lecture Series: Richard Bonneau lecture on the Human Proteome Folding project running on World Community Grid (part 2 Q & A)
Kris Gunsalus talks about her latest Cell paper on gene networks in a complex tissue. High-content screening for gene profiling has generally been limited to single cells. Here, we explore an alternative approach—profiling gene function by analyzing effects of gene knockdowns on the architecture of a complex tissue in a multicellular organism.
Endless Possibilities: The Campaign for The Center for Genomics and Systems Biology