"Rational Design of Microbial Chemical factories." Recorded 6/25/2009
Knight seminar with Charles Marshall, Department of Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley: "Gauging Ecosystem Response to Climate Change" September 22, 2011
Knight seminar with Charles Marshall, Director, Museum of Paleontology, Department of Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley"Gauging Ecosystem Response to Climate Change" September 22, 2011
Biology and chemistry professor presents the 40th Annual James R. Killian Jr. Faculty Achievement Award Lecture, titled "Radicals: Your Life Is In Their Hands."
Making stem-cell therapy a reality In Killian Award lecture, Rudolf Jaenisch outlines progress and possibilities for treating human disease with stem cells. Read more on the MIT News Office website here.
01/09/2004 10:15 AM Wong AuditoriumLeroy Hood, President, Institute for Systems BiologyDescription: Very simply stated, systems biology attempts to "capture the dynamic nature of living systems." To accomplish this, says Hood, you "have to bring together the flavors ...
Memorial service and symposium in honor of H. Gobind Khorana, Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Biology and Chemistry emeritus. Speaker: Judith Klein-Seetharaman, University of Pittsburgh
Memorial service and symposium in honor of H. Gobind Khorana, Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Biology and Chemistry emeritus. Speaker: John Hwa, Yale University
The MIT Biology Department core courses cover the fundamental principles of biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, and cell biology.
05/04/2009 1:00 PM 46"3002Dr. Susan Hockfield, President, MIT; Mriganka Sur, Newton Professor in Neuroscience; Head, Department of Brain and Cognitive SciencesDescription: In their symposium introduction, Susan Hockfield and Mriganka Sur place MIT at the forefront of a revolution in ...
06/07/2006 8:30 AM 46-3002Robert A. Weinberg, '64, PhD '69, Daniel K. Ludwig and American Cancer Society Professor for Cancer Research Department of BiologyDescription: During the human lifetime, there are 10 million billion cell divisions and each division represents, as Robert Weinberg puts ...
Allopathic medicine is taught by the medical schools that award M.D. degrees. At its base, is the philosophy that medical therapy should be based on science. In this moderated discussion, we'll explore both the strengths and quirks of conventional medicine ...
06/07/2006 8:00 AM 46-3002Susan Hockfield, President, MIT; ; Tyler Jacks, Director, David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research and David H. Koch Professor, MITInvestigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Description: This inaugural address lays the groundwork for an 11-part ...
Alice P. Gast, Vice President for Research and Associate Provost; Rosalind H. Williams, HM, Bern Dibner Professor of the History of Science and Technology; Sallie Chisholm, Lee and Geraldine Martin Professor of Environmental Studies and Professor of Biology, MIT; ...
Learn more about the Chang lab's work to better understand a family of proteins, called PARPs, and how blocking specific PARPs might be a promising target for cancer therapies.
Learn more about the work that Professor Lees and her lab are doing to understand how proteins and pathways are mutated in cancer--and how they hope to make advances in detecting and hopefully treating osteosarcoma.
Experimental Study Group's Anita Wamakima explains cellular respiration
CDI scientists explain how they made David Ewing Duncan's beating heart cells in a petri dish and why it's a significant feat.
A computer simulation shows the way a patch of nutrient material is pulled apart into swirling filaments by turbulence in the water, eventually dissolving away completely.
Mark Bedau delivers the EBICS Distinguished Lecture