Suleyman Bozal a junior undergraduate majoring in Structural Biology and Biophysics, spent the past summer in an immersive research based program at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
MCB held a boisterous, enjoyable and informative annual departmental retreat at the Branford House on the Avery Point campus to kick off the start of what promises to be an interesting and busy academic year.
Prof. Hightower received the 2017 CSSI Medallion for his discoveries about Heat Shock Proteins, Thermotolerance and the Proteotoxic Stress Response.
(UConn portion: $817,279.-) for a collaborative research project with Lilach Hadany and Uri Gophna (Tel Aviv University) to study “Rare Genes and Alleles in Halophilic Archaeal Populations and Communities”.
2 PSM students, Ethan Cope and Alex Gojmerac, were 2017 UConn-TIP Summer Immersion Fellowship Participants, allowing them the opportunity to learn about startups and entrepreneurship during a 10-week immersion program.
Ken Noll will portray Mr. Darwin at the talk “Morning Tea with Mr. Darwin: Stories of the Voyage of the Beagle.”
Hannah Guilani and Sabrina Yum-Chan, two UConn students from the MCB course “Microbe Hunters-Crowdsourcing Antibiotic Discovery” presented posters at the 4th Annual Small World Initiative (SWI) Symposium. The SWI Symposium was held in conjunction with the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Microbe 2017 meeting in New Orleans in early June. In addition to presenting their […]