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Life Sciences Seminar Series

Upcoming events

Hall A150, Sciences II

Marie Delattre

Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, LBMC

Why (and how) do some animal species systematically eliminate portions of their genome in their soma ?

Hall A150, Sciences II

Gunter Wagner

Yale University

Evolutionary Biology of Cancer Malignancy

Hall A150, Sciences II

Edward Boyden

MIT Biological Engineering, USA

Optical Tools for Analyzing and Repairing Biological Systems

Hall A150, Sciences II

Joel Bloch (Prix Schläfli lecture)

Rockefeller University

Structural and Mechanistic Insights into N-Glycan Biosynthesis

Hall A150, Sciences II

Patricia Bassereau

Institut Curie

Shaping membranes with proteins and cytoskeleton filaments

Hall A150, Sciences II

Patrik Verstreken

VIB-KU Leuven Center for Brain & Disease Research

Neurotransmission, synaptic dysfunction and neurodegeneration

Hall A150, Sciences II

Michaela Frye


Targeting RNA modifications in cancer

Hall A150, Sciences II

David Parichy

University of Geneva

Genetics, development and evolution of zebrafish pigmentation

Hall A150, Sciences II

Déborah Bourc'his

Institut Curie

Novel actors in chromatin-based control of transposable elements

Hall A150, Sciences II

Michalis Averof

Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon / CNRS

How does regeneration differ from development?

Hall A150, Sciences II

John Hammer


New roles for unconventional myosins in mitosis and mitochondrial motility

Hall A150, Sciences II

Antonina Roll Mecak

National Institutes of Health USA

Everything you wanted to know about microtubule but were afraid to ask

Past events

Cheryl Kerfeld

Plant Research Laboratory at Michigan State University + Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in Berkeley

Phycobilisomes and Bacterial Microcompartments:Modular Assemblies Functioning in the Mesoscale

Sergio Grinstein

Biochemistry department, University of Toronto, USA

Membrane remodelling in macrophages