Biochemistry Lecture Series Proves Accurate Nobel Prize Predictor
Want to know who is likely to win a Nobel prize? One consistent indicator is being invited to speak at the Ada Doisy Lecture Series. Remarkably, 25% of scientists who have accepted invitations to deliver the prestigious Ada Doisy Lecture in Biochemistry have gone on to win the Nobel Prize. This year, the 2010 Doisy Lectures in Biochemistry will be held Thursday, March 18, and Friday, March 19, in the Medical Sciences Auditorium (506 South Mathews Avenue, Urbana).
The School of Molecular and Cellular Biology Awards Ceremony
The School of Molecular and Cellular Biology Awards Ceremony was held Thursday, May 6, to recognize a number of our faculty, undergraduate students, and graduate students for excellence in teaching, academics, and research.
Biochemistry Student Quinn Peterson
Biochemistry Student Quinn Peterson has been awarded a 2009-2010 American Chemical Society Predoctoral Fellowship. He is working on a cancer treatment, and doing clinical tests on dogs.
Fragile X Syndrome
In this article, Associate Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology Stephanie Ceman discusses her research on Fragile X Syndrome.
Colin Wraight and James Imlay Receive MCB Faculty Excellence Award
On Friday, September 10, the MCB Faculty Excellence Award was presented to Professor of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Computational Biology, and Plant Biology Colin Wraight; and to Professor of Microbiology James Imlay.
Synthetic Biology of Cellular Systems
Emergent Behaviors of Integrated Cellular Systems Center at Illinois