Nov 13, 2012
from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM
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BioFrontiers Seminar: Roy Parker, CU Boulder
Tuesday, November 13
4:00 to 5:00 pm
Dr. Roy Parker, the Cech-Leinwand Endowed Chair of Biochemistry, will be giving a talk titled “Control of Translation and mRNA Degradation in Eukaryotic Cells”. His interest is in the biogenesis, function, and degradation of eukaryotic mRNA and how cells regulate different steps in this process to modulate gene expression. Click here for more information about his research.
This seminar will also be streaming live from http://bit.ly/Tycgl5 . Silverlight player is required to view the video, which can be downloaded at no cost.
After the seminar, cookies and coffee will be served hosted by the BioFrontiers Student Group to provide time for people to interact and talk research. Whiteboards will be available in the atrium during this time so you can talk, illustrate and share science.
Transportation options between East and Main campus are listed below:
Anyone with a valid Eco pass can ride the Stampede bus that runs between campuses. The Stampede has been set up to run in a two way direction every 10 minutes. Bus stops for this line are located on 18th street and along Colorado Avenue. There are bus stops in front of JSCBB on the north and south side of Colorado Ave.
If coming by bicycle or by foot you can either take the Boulder Creek Path just past 30th street continuing to where the path goes south to JSCBB or travel east along Colorado Avenue. If you bike in there are covered and uncovered bike carrels. Bikes are not allowed in the building so be sure to bring your lock.
If you prefer to drive there is metered parking located on the northwest and southeast sides of JSCBB that takes credit cards or coin.