Elucidating Effects of Motion on Designed Fluorescent Proteins through Simulation and Improved Modeling of NMR Data
Topological quantum photonics and novel soliton physics
Topological physics: from photons to electrons
March for Science NYC is the official satellite of March for Science, a volunteer network of scientists committed to science for a common good. In NYC, we are expanding our team and programming in 2020! This information session will give an introduction to our organization and our plans for 2020, including our upcoming march and expo on April 19, 2020. For more information contact Ingrid Paredes at email@example.com.
Histone H2B ubiquitination in transcription and nucleosome dynamics
Lab safety training for ASRC researchers and core facility users. Contact: Aldo Orlando, firstname.lastname@example.org
A Living Shoreline on the Harlem River: From Design Challenges to Ecosystem Services
Come share your insights on the professional development, career navigation, and networking needs of CUNY’s STEM postdocs with the goal of shaping future programs from the ASRC and Graduate Center. Refreshments will be served during a reception after the townhall so you can meet your colleagues. Please register to attend in-person or online by Monday, February 3.
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Molecular insights into the progression of Hsp90-mediated kinase chaperone cycle
New York (USA) will host the 3rd edition of the Graphene & 2D Materials International Conference and Exhibition (GrapheneforUS).
Transposon Molecular Domestication and the Evolution of the Adaptive Immune System
Functional mechanisms of dysfunctional proteins
The Environment Shapes the Cell
Insights into properties and function of intrinsically disordered proteins from molecular simulation
Allosteric molecular machines and the membrane - a tight functional relationship
On the importance of inhibitory interactions for the exquisite regulation of neurotransmitter release