[Seminar] The mouth, the anus and the blastopore. Their questionable developmental and evolutionary relationships and the origin of the animal gut by Prof. Andreas Hejnol2018年12月14日 (金) 10:00
Title: The mouth, the anus and the blastopore. Their questionable developmental and
evolutionary relationships and the origin of the animal gut
Speaker: Prof. Andreas Hejnol
Affiliation: Sars International Centre for Marine Molecular Biology, University of Bergen, Norway.
Research Group Leader “Comparative Developmental Biology of Animals”
In this Innovation Forum hosted talk, Ginkgo Bioworks Associate Head of Metabolic Engineering, Dr. Massimo Merighi, will discuss several case studies of pathways developed by Ginkgo, in particular one involving the engineering of a substrate co-feed in Escherichia coli, including a history of how this design cycle has evolved over time to take advantage of new technological developments.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
After Skill Pill+: Evolutionary Genomics, you will never look at termite gut the same way again.
Skill Pills+ are special Skill Pills where Japanese students are invited to join. All OISTers are, of course, welcome to join as well.
The teachers will be the Bourguignon Unit.
Skill Pill+: Evolutionary Genomics will introduce concepts related to DNA analysis of termite gut microbiome, directly taught by researchers of the Evolutionary Genomics Unit led by Tom Bourguignon.
[Seminar] Maintenance of regulatory T cell stability by ubiquitin E3 ligases deltex1 and XIAP by Prof. Ming-Zong Lai2018年12月20日 (木) 15:00
Title: Maintenance of regulatory T cell stability by ubiquitin E3 ligases deltex1 and XIAP
Speaker: Professor Ming-Zong Lai
Affiliation: Institute of Molecular Biology, Academia Sincia