Harvard University - Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology

MCB NEWS TAG: '2005'

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Alex Schier's Zebrafish Offer View Into Development and Behavior - Dec. 13, 2005
They’re the first fish kids kill. But they’re ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Alexander Schier, profile
A New Way to Study Spinal Cord Injury - Dec. 7, 2005
A tragic truth is that the mammalian central nervous system ...
Jack Strominger's 80th Birthday Symposium - Dec. 4, 2005
On December 9-10, MCB is pleased to present a scientific ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Jack Strominger, symposium
MCB Students Awarded Merck-Wiley Fellowships and Peralta Prize - Nov. 21, 2005
Three MCB graduate students were recognized for their academic achievement ...
Sex and Smell: the Molecular Architecture of Pheromone Sensing - Nov. 18, 2005
In a set of experiments published in the November 17 ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Catherine Dulac, Cell, publication
Markus Meister Wins 2005 Golden Brain Award - Nov. 15, 2005
Markus Meister has been awarded the Golden Brain Award by ...
Kevin Eggan Named Investigator by Stowers Medical Institute - Nov. 4, 2005
Kevin Eggan, Assistant Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, has ...
MCB Welcomes New Faculty - Oct. 28, 2005
We are pleased to announce the arrivals of new MCB ...
Erin O'Shea Investigates How Cells Respond to Their Surroundings - Oct. 24, 2005
O’Shea’s research is motivated by her desire to ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Erin O'Shea, profile
Who Calls the Shots When the Synapse Forms? - Oct. 6, 2005
The synapse is the heart of the nervous system, the ...
Richard Flavell To Give Edsall Lecture - Oct. 6, 2005
Dr. Richard Flavell’s research is directed towards understanding the ...
Caspases and Nitric Oxide Regulate Dendritic Cell Maturation - Oct. 3, 2005
A paper from the Strominger lab sheds interesting new light ...
Kevin Eggan: Steps Towards Stemming Disease - Sept. 14, 2005
Federal funding restrictions? Public controversy? These challenges might deter some ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Kevin Eggan, profile
How to Make a Membrane - Sept. 13, 2005
The ingredients of a human cell include about 100,000 ...
Human Embryonic Stem Cells Can Reprogram Adult Somatic Nuclei - Aug. 26, 2005
To test whether Human Embryonic Stem (hES) cells could reprogram ...
High School Teachers Energized by Neurobiology Summer Session - Aug. 23, 2005
18 high school biology teachers participated in the third annual ...
MCB News Tags:  MCB Outreach Program, 2005
Jack Strominger's Scientific Journey - Aug. 10, 2005
Eighty years ago, Jack Strominger, Higgins Professor of Biochemistry, began ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Jack Strominger, profile
Unraveling our Plumbing - Aug. 2, 2005
Water and salt balance in our bodies and removal of ...
The Retina Seeks Novelty - July 7, 2005
Our eyes report the visual world to the brain, but ...
Jim Wang: Topoisomerase to the Finish - July 6, 2005
"It’s my ambition that someday the word ‘topoisomerase’ will ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, James C. Wang, profile
E. Coli Swim on the Right-Hand Side - June 30, 2005
Researchers working together in the Howard Berg lab in MCB ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Howard Berg, Nature, publication
Chromosome and Replisome Dynamics in E. coli - June 17, 2005
All cells are faced with two very basic problems each ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Cell, Nancy Kleckner, publication
Richard Losick Elected to American Philosophical Society - June 13, 2005
In April, Richard Losick, the Maria Moors Cabot Professor of ...
CCT is Required for the Biogenesis of Functional Plk1 - May 31, 2005
The polo-like kinase (plk) family has emerged as a key ...
Pamela Björkman to Give Bloch Lecture - May 26, 2005
Pamela Björkman returns to MCB on Thursday, June 2nd ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Bloch Lecture, lecture
Thinking About Thought: First Annual MBB Graduate Student Conference - May 25, 2005
Students, faculty and fans of cognitive science gathered last week ...
The Return of the Rhinos - May 19, 2005
Bessie and Victoria are back, but from where? Nearly two ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, rhinos
John Dowling Gives His Last Lecture in BS 80 - May 12, 2005
May 10, 2005 marked the end of an era, both ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, John Dowling
The First Annual MBB Graduate Student Conference, May 12-13 - May 9, 2005
To foster communication among students studying thought from different perspectives ...
Developmental Commitment in B. Subtilis - May 6, 2005
Studying Bacillus subtilis, a microbe that can form spores when ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Cell, publication, Richard Losick
Nancy Kleckner: A Life In Science - May 4, 2005
Last fall, members of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Nancy Kleckner, profile
Vesicle Recycling After Endocytosis - April 27, 2005
Communication between neurons occurs at specialized structures called synapses, where ...
Symposium to Honor Jim Wang - April 25, 2005
A symposium will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2005 ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, James C. Wang, symposium
Bringing High School Students to the Bench - April 18, 2005
Approximately 600 high school students participated in the annual MCB-HHMI ...
MCB News Tags:  MCB Outreach Program, 2005
April 16 Symposium to Showcase Microbial World's Rich Diversity - April 11, 2005
The field of microbiology, pulsing with new excitement, has become ...
Third-Annual Merck Awards for Genome-Related Research Announced - March 30, 2005
Harvard students and faculty gathered with representatives from Merck on ...
Structure of a Bacterial Centromere - March 25, 2005
Dividing cells face the challenge of ensuring that newly duplicated ...
Andy McMahon: Body-Building, an Embryonic Perspective - March 23, 2005
More often than not, those who achieve success in their ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Andrew McMahon , profile
Mammalian SAD Kinases Are Required for Neuronal Polarization - Feb. 11, 2005
A recent study by Kishi et al. shows how research ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Joshua Sanes, publication, Science
Lichtman at Work: Eyes Wide Open - Jan. 20, 2005
Double-wide color monitors glow in the darkened room like fish ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Jeff Lichtman, profile
Bioinformatic Dissection of High-Level Cellular Behavior - Jan. 19, 2005
Although microarray technology is wildly popular among biologists, even its ...
Faithful Chromosome Segregation - Jan. 19, 2005
Errors in chromosome segregation lead to disease and death. To ...