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Category Archives: Seminars of Interest Around Davis
1/15 at #UCDavis: Tandy Warnow: New methods for species tree estimation in the presence of gene tree heterogeneity
Special Seminar: Tandy Warnow The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign New methods for species tree estimation in the presence of gene tree heterogeneity Friday, January 15, 2016 1:30 PM GBSF 1005 Abstract. Estimating the Tree of Life will likely involve … Continue reading
For those in or near Davis, CA Block the date – this will be awesome October 19, 2015 1:00 to 3:00pm Student Community Center, Multipurpose Room Jonathan Eisen 1st Quarterly Food and Agriculture Roundtable Discussion of Microbes in Food and … Continue reading
Was informed of this by Titus Brown, one of the instructors. Info copied from here. Microbial genomics and transcriptomics hands-on, Sep 24-25 Who: Ben Johnson (Michigan State University); Tracy Teal (Data Carpentry); C. Titus Brown (UC Davis). Host: C. Titus … Continue reading
Got this by email: Please join us for the UC Davis Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous where four speakers will present on their interdisciplinary work in the sciences and in the arts. L.A.S.E.R.-UC DAVIS
At #UCDavis today: Semi-Conductor Sequencing on the Ion Torrent Platform – 12:30 Vet Med 3B room 1105
11/3 at #UCDavis: Dr. Sarah Mathew “The Evolution of Large Scale Cooperation in Humans: Insights from Turkana Warfare”
Evolutionary Anthropology Colloquium Series Mondays at 4:10 pm in 273 SS&H November 3rd: The Evolution of Large Scale Cooperation in Humans: Insights from Turkana Warfare Dr. Sarah Mathew School for Human Evolution & Social Change Arizona State University
Got this in the old email tubes (note – I spoke at BaBMA a few years back – great meeting). Dear Colleagues, The Biology and Mathematics in the Bay Area (BaMBA) Day is an annual meeting aimed at creating a … Continue reading
Talk at #UCDavis: Standardizing Species: Listening to, representing, and universalizing bird sounds in the 20th Century
Talk: Standardizing Species: Listening to, representing, and universalizing bird sounds in the 20th Century hui_10-21-14.pdf
The UC Open Access Policy and what it means for you (10/22 from 1:30-3pm) A Discussion with Catherine Mitchell and Dr. Robert Powell on the UC OA policy Date & Time: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 from 1:30-3:00pm Location: Shields Library, … Continue reading
Dr. Phillip Romero, UCSF 4:10 p.m. Chemistry in Rm 179 Seminar Title: “Data-Driven Protein Engineering: Learning the Sequence-Function Mapping from Experimental Data”