We have all seen cases where a sexy research paper gets attention from the mainstream media. Often this results in oversimplifications of the results and overdrawn conclusions, while not providing a direct link to the original paper.
Now imagine that you have actually read this sexy paper.
Now imagine that the research has some serious issues.
Now imagine that the last author is a famous professor.
Will you devote a blog entry to this paper or not?
Do you like blueberries?
We are looking for sensory panelist who can participate in our blueberry flavor research.
Each participant is expected to attend all training session in order to participate in the taste sessions starting from end of April to June.
- Training session – starting from late April for 2 weeks with 3 training sessions per week (30-60 min each).
- Taste session – May-June, 7 sessions over a 7 weeks period (20-45 min each). The exact dates cannot be determined until the day before harvest. But once the harvest date is fixed, the tasting days will be set once per week on the same day each week. (no taste session on the weekends)
Treats will be served, and gift cards given for attending sessions.
If you have time and are interested in participating, please contact Nobuko Sugimoto (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Department of Plant Sciences
1106 Wickson Hall
Greetings students and faculty (and please forward to postdocs),
We welcome you to join us at the upcoming Career Options Seminar! (Breakfast/Brunch will be served)
The Career Options Seminar series offers insight into a variety of career options for advanced degree holders. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn how your advanced degree can be used in different industries, network with invited speakers and jump-start your future career plans.
Michael Weickert - Entrepreneur (President and CEO of S.E.A Medical Systems)
TUESDAY, April 9th @ 11am Life Sciences 1022
Be sure to tell your fellow grad students, techs, postdocs, and PI…We look forward to seeing you at the seminars!
If you are interested in having lunch with the speaker or if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email us (email@example.com)
Hanine Rafidi, Michelle Tu, & Daniël Melters
The Seminars page has been updated so check out what talks are happening this week! If there are seminar schedules missing that you would like listed on the site please email firstname.lastname@example.org! Thanks!
Thanks to the Night Lab at UCol. Boulder for putting this together.
“The assembly of an infant gut microbiome framed against healthy human adults “
“Here we present how a new born human gut microbial community develops from resembling the delivery method (vaginal) to look like, after almost 3 years of life, the one of an adult. This trajectory is created from the data published by Koenig JE et al. 2011 framed around the data generated by the Human Microbiome Project (HMP).”
Come hear BMCDB students Christ Fortenbach and Weston Powell present at the annual PSTP/VSTP Retreat next Tuesday 4/9/2013!
2013 VSTP/PSTP Annual Retreat
When: April 9, 2013, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Where: Activities & Recreation Center (ARC), SE Corner of LaRue & Orchard Roads, UC Davis Campus
1:15 P.M. Introduction or Welcome
John Payne, Ph.D., Director, PSTP Program
1:20 P.M. Kimberly A. Dodd, VSTP Student
Protection from RVFV neurologic disease is dependent on a functional CD4+ T cell response
1:55 P.M. Weston Powell, PSTP Student
Long, non-coding RNAs at the heart of Prader-Willi syndrome and Angelman syndrome
2:30 P.M. Break & Poster Session
3:30 P.M. Nanelle Barash, VSTP Student
Increased spatiotemporal resolution of Giardia intestinalis colonization dynamics using bioluminescent in vivo imaging
4:05 P.M. Chris Fortenbach, PSTP Student
The effect of RGS9 overexpression on flicker responses of mouse bipolar cells