Friday Seminar Series
The Department of Biological Scicences holds regular seminars that are open to all students, faculty, and the public. The featured guest speakers present cutting edge research related to the biologcal sciences and are from local and national institutes.
Seminars occur Fridays from 2:00-3:00pm in Clinical Science Building (CSB 112) or via Zoom.
|Date||Title or Topic||Speaker|
|21-Jan||Watershed planning and subwatershed conservation targeting||Kim Musser|
|28-Jan||Faucet snail (Bithynia tentaculata)||Jared House|
|4-Feb||Prairie Strips and Pollinator Conservation||Dr. Matthew O’Neil|
|11-Feb||Optimizing the usage of expression data to enhance eukaryotic gene structure||Dr. Sagnik Banerjee|
|18-Feb||Celebrating Success…Continuing the Work! Forty Years of Peregrine Research||Jackie Fallon|
|25-Feb||Drones and their use in Agriculture – How Agronomists utilize Drone Data?||Danny Brummel|
|4-Mar||Application of single-cell -omics technologies and machine learning in the Pharmacogenomics of anti-cancer drugs||Dr. Amit Mitra|
|11-Mar||No Seminar - Spring Break||-|
|18-Mar||Managing Soil Ecology to Mitigate Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agroecosystems||Dr. Arnab Bhowmick|
|1-Apr||TBD||Dr. Ryan Wersal|
|8-Apr||Graduate Student Seminar||Phillips Quentin|
|15-Apr||Graduate Student Seminar||Seada Sloboda|
|22-Apr||Graduate Student Seminar||Hunter Doheny|
|29-Apr||Graduate Student Flash Talks||-|
Contact the Biology Administrative Assistant at 507-389-2786 for more information.