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17-20 APR 2018: International Conference on Nuclear Mechano-Genomics

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published April 18th, 2017

    International Conference on Nuclear Mechano-Genomics April 17-20, 2018 National University of Singapore   The International Conference on Nuclear Mechano-Genomics is being organized by the Mechanobiology  Institute, National University of Singapore from April 17-20, 2018 at the National University of Singapore, Singapore. Principle theme and objectives of the Conference: Packing of our genomes within…

11-14 DEC 2017: 3rd International Symposium on Mechanobiology, Singapore

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published April 12th, 2017

3rd International Symposium on Mechanobiology, Singapore 11-14 December 2017 U-Town, National University of Singapore The 3rd International Symposium on Mechanobiology is being organized by the Mechanobiology  Institute, National University of Singapore. This Symposium is the third in a series of scientific meetings supported and endorsed by the International Society of Mechanobiology, the first two being…

15 SEP 2017. BIOS 2017: Biological Symposium by the MBI WIS Initiative

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published April 12th, 2017

BIOS 2017: Biological Symposium by the MBI WIS Initiative 15 September, 2017 Level 5, T-Lab, Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore A symposium brought to you by the Mechanobiology Institute (MBI) Women in Science (WIS) Initiative, BIOS2017 aims to promote biological sciences by bringing together scientists from diverse realms of life sciences research in Singapore. This one-of-a-kind symposium will…

24 APR. Mechanism of regulation of Rab5 and Rab7 by extracellular ligands by Deepika Gupta

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published April 6th, 2017

17 APR. Troubles at the nuclear periphery: aberrant chromatin organization and accelerated human ageing by Dr Oliver Dreesen

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published April 6th, 2017

7 APR. An old dog with new tricks: Non-junctional cadherins regulate cortical dynamics in C. elegans and mammalian epithelial cells

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published March 29th, 2017

An old dog with new tricks: Non-junctional cadherins regulate cortical dynamics in C. elegans and mammalian epithelial cells Date: 7 April Time: 9:30am Venue: T-Lab Level 5 Seminar Room Presenter: A/Prof Ronen Zaidel-Bar

6 APR. A path in quantitative biology: from cell polarity to nuclear polarity by Dr Paolo Maiuri

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published March 29th, 2017

27 MAR. Drosophila as a model for muscle-tendon interaction by Prabhat Tiwari

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published March 27th, 2017

24 MAR. A*Star Seminar: Precision Measurement in Biology by Prof Stephen R Quake

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published March 17th, 2017

SEMINAR ANNOUNCEMENT We would like to invite you to attend this seminar hosted by Dr. William Burkholder: Date: 24 March 2017, Friday Time: 11:00AM – 12:00PM Venue: Level 3, IMCB Seminar Room 3-46, Proteos, Biopolis Speaker: Prof. Stephen R. Quake, Depts. of Bioengineering and Applied Physics, Stanford University, USA Title: Precision Measurement in Biology Is biology…

17 MAR. Revealing how cells decide their fate, shape and position in vivo by Dr Melanie D White

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published March 15th, 2017