Please join us on April 16th for the 2019 Interdisciplinary Quantitative Biology Student Symposium featuring keynotes by Ed Yong and Carla Shatz. The event will also include a diverse career panel and lightning talks from a variety of disciplines.
No One Has To Listen To This: Why Storytelling Matters in Science Ed Yong, Science Writer, The Atlantic
Synapses Lost and Found in Development and Alzheimer’s disease Carla J. Shatz, Bio-X, Stanford University
BioFrontiers Institute is excited to release the first volume of the Innovation without Boundaries: The Future of Human Health & Welfare report. This report introduces you to the outstanding investigators and students who are seeking to improve human health and welfare by unlocking the mysteries of biology. Their curiosity-driven research has led - and will continue to lead - to transformational discoveries. We hope you enjoy reading this inaugural issue.
As Benjamin Franklin once joked, death and taxes are universal. Scale-free networks may not be, at least according to a new study from CU Boulder. The research challenges a popular two-decade-old theory that networks of all kinds, from Facebook and Twitter to the interactions of genes in yeast cells, follow...Read more