BioFrontiers Symposium - Regenerative BioX

Conference brings experts in regenerative medicine to CU Boulder

Sept. 4, 2018

Some of the top researchers in the field of regenerative medicine attended the RegenerativeBIOX Conference on CU Boulder’s East Campus last week. Hosted by the BioFrontiers Institute, the conference was designed to be interactive and help scientists and engineers from academia, national laboratories, students and industry partners identify and explore...

Biochemistry postdoc Tess Eidem shares her experience and resources after attending the Advocating for Science Symposium at MIT. Photo credit: Glenn Asakawa, University of Colorado

Advocating for Science Symposium: Exploring the Changing Landscape of the Scientific Enterprise

Sept. 29, 2016

By Tess Eidem, Ph.D. Last week I had the privilege to attend the Advocating for Science Symposium at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where I heard Mr. Corb’s and other science advocates’ message on how to use our diverse skills to move science forward. The mission of the two-day symposium...

JSCBB's Butcher Auditorium was packed for the day-long event.

JSCBB Mini Symposium

Dec. 19, 2013

JSCBB Mini Symposium Encourages Collaboration It looks a lot like the other buildings on the CU-Boulder campus, with its rustic Italian-inspired tile roof and red brick, but the Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building (affectionately known by its inhabitants as JSCBB) is something quite different. It was designed to support those...

Nora Connor is a third-year graduate student in the IQ Biology program.

IQ Biology Blog: On the leading edge

Sept. 6, 2013

Studying Quantitative Genomics in Italy By: Nora Connor I returned this past weekend from a conference and workshop called Quantitative Laws of Genome Evolution in Lake Como, Italy. An Italian physicist named Marco Lagomarsino created the conference, which brought together an interdisciplinary group of statistical physicists, biophysicists, chemists and biologists...

Topher Weiss-Lehman is a second-year graduate student in the IQ Biology program.

IQ Bio Blog: Science in pictures

Sept. 20, 2012

IQ Bio Blog: Science in pictures Recently I was lucky enough to present a poster at the Ecological Society of America (ESA) conference in Portland, Oregon. This is the largest conference of ecologists and evolutionary biologists in the US with over 4,000 attendees this year. With so many researchers attending...

CIMB's Tom Cech and Leslie Leinwand present the Charlie Butcher Award to Paul Nurse prior to his seminar at CU-Boulder.

Sir Paul Nurse Receives the 2010 Charlie Butcher Award

Nov. 11, 2010

Nobel Laureate and President of Rockefeller University in New York, Paul Nurse, Ph.D. recently received the 2010 Charlie Butcher Award in Biotechnology for his work in the molecular mechanisms that control cell division and cell shape. This work has furthered our understanding of cell reproduction, growth and development, particularly in...