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Check out the exciting seminars going on at UC Davis this week!

Seminars this week…

Monday, October 17th

Plant Sciences Special Seminar- October 17th, 4 PM, 3001 PES-Dr. Solh “Enhancing Agricultural Productivity in Dry Areas and ICARDA’s Contribution”

Agricultural & Environmental Chemistry AGC 290-001- 4:10-6:00, 1 Wellman

College of Biological Sciences Seminars-

GGG Seminar in Genomics & Epigenetics 4:10 pm 1022 LSA-Daniel Zilberman, UC Berkeley, DNA methylation dynamics of plant sexual reproduction

Plant Pathology PLP 290 -9:00-9:50, 115 Hutchison

Tuesday, October 18th

Department of Chemistry 4:00-5:00pm Chem 179-Neil Garg, UCLA

Center for Population Biology (CPB) Seminar Series 4:10 – 5:30PM 1022 Life Sciences Building-Gideon Bradburd and Alisa Sedghifar, Graduate Students: Population Biology Graduate Group, UC Davis, Bradburd Website: http://www2.eve.ucdavis.edu/shafferlab/bradburd.htm

Bioinformatics Tech Forum – 11:00 – 4202 GBSF (biweekly)

Wednesday, October 19th

BMCDB Student Seminars – 1:00 – 1022 LSA (free pizza) (biweekly)-Kasia Koscielska

Community Development CRD 290-12:10-1:00 pm, 141 Olson

Entomology Departmental Seminar ENT 297N- 12:10-1:00 pm, 122 Briggs-Frances Sivakoff, UC Davis doctoral candidate in entomology, Jay Rosenheim lab, will speak on “Pest Management from a Landscape Perspective: Understanding the Factors that Influence the Distribution of Lygus Hesperus.” Host: Jay Rosenheim, professor of entomology.

Epigenomics Focus Group-Coffee at 9:30 am, Talks 10:00 -11:00 am 4202 of GBSF (monthly-every 3rd Wednesday)

Food Science & Technology Seminar 4:10 – 5:00 pm, Room 1207, RMI South Sensory Theater (occasionally has snacks)-Paul Singh, UCD Food Science & Technology, Biological & Agricultural Engineering. Unraveling Gastric Digestion of Foods New Opportunities for Food Scientists and Engineers

Geography Seminar Series (Geo 297),What’s Space Got to do with it? 4:10-5:30pm Hoagland 113 (refreshments!)-Richard Walker, Professor of Geography, UC Berkeley. Topic: Land Use and Agricultural Development. Presentation title: “The Geography of the Great Recession.”

MIC 291 Seminar Series 4:10-5:30 PM 1022 Life Sciences Building- Khavong Pha and Alex King (Navarro Lab)

Plant Sciences Departmental Seminar 12pm-1pm PES 3001-Andrew Rayburn (Postdoctoral researcher with Emilio Laca): “Causes and consequences of plant spatial patterns in natural and experimental semi-arid plant communities”

Textiles Graduate Group Seminar (TXC 290) 4:10-5pm 135 Everson Hall

Thursday, October 20th

Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series 4:10-5:30 p.m 1001 Giedt Hall-Katia Koelle “What Patterns of Viral Diversity Can Tell Us about the Ecology of Infectious Diseases”

MCB Joint Seminar Series 4:10pm 1022 LSA (snacks)- Leanne Jones, “Mechanisms regulating maintenance of stem cells and the stem cell niche”, Salk Institute

Postharvest Biology Seminar(PBI 293) 12:10pm 163 Olson- Surface coatings Megan Haug

Department of Statistics Seminars 4:10 – 5:30pm, Colloquium Room 1147 Mathematical Sciences (Refreshments at 3.30pm in Statistics Lounge, 4110 Mathematical Sciences)-Dawei Lin Genome Center, UC Davis

Friday, October 21st

Friday, October 21, 2011 2:00 p.m. 1022 Life Sciences-Dr. Hugo J. Bellen, Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor, Department of Molecular and Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine “Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, mitochondria and neurodegeneration” 

CANCELLEDBiotechnology Program Seminar (MCB/ECH 294) 11:00 AM 1022 LSA-Biotech 2011-Life Sciences: Looking Back to See Ahead. Mr. G. Steven Burrill. Chief Executive Officer. Burrill & Company.

Emerging Challenges in Microbiology and Immunology 12:10 1005 GBSF (often has snacks)-Koen Venema, Ph.D. “Use of 13 C-labelled substrates to trace microbial metabolism in the colon – light in the tunnel” Dutch Organization for Applied Sciences

Plant Biology Seminar Series 12:10pm 1022 Life Sciences-Takashi Hashimoto (NAIST, Japan) “Organization of cortical microtubule arrays in Arabidopsis.” Host, Bo Liu (bLiu@ucdavis.edu).

Landscape Architecture Proseminar Series-Putah Creek: Lifeblood of the region, 12:10 -1:00pm, 230 Wellman 

Viticulture & Enology Seminar 12:10 RMI Silverado Sensory Theater-

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