Seminars

  • Cyanobacterial heterocysts, nitrogen fixation and biotechnology

    James Golden
    Monday 09/22/14 at 4:10 pm
    101 Biochemistry Building

  • Novel screening approaches for identifying photosynthetic fitness traits in algae

    Ben Lucker
    Tuesday 09/23/14 at 12:00 pm
    Room 168 Plant Biology

  • Managing for resilience: abstraction, distraction, or a critical future direction

    Katherine Suding
    Monday 09/29/14 at 4:10 pm
    101 Biochemistry Building

  • AtWRI1 C-terminal intrinsically disordered region mediates its stability

    Wei Ma
    Tuesday 09/30/14 at 12:00 pm
    Room 168 Plant Biology

  • Improving Photosynthetic Efficiency for Improved Yield: Are Crop Plants Too Green?

    Donald Ort
    Monday 10/06/14 at 4:10 pm
    101 Biochemistry Building

  • Outlier detection on photosynthesis phenomics data

    Lei Xu
    Tuesday 10/07/14 at 12:00 pm
    Room 168 Plant Biology

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News

  • Ruby Carrillo Awarded CNS Thesis Continuation Fellowship

    Ruby Carrillo Awarded CNS Thesis Continuation Fellowship

    Posted on Jun. 25, 2014

    The College of Natural Science recently named Leticia Ruby Carrillo as recipient of a summer dissertation continuation fellowship. Ruby is a graduate student working in David Kramer’s lab.

     

     

  • Mike Thomashow Awarded Stephen Hales Prize

    Mike Thomashow Awarded Stephen Hales Prize

    Posted on Jun. 23, 2014

    PRL Director Mike Thomashow was recently named by the American Society of Plant Biologists as the winner of their annual Stephen Hales Prize. 

     

  • PhotosynQ Wins Editor’s Choice Award

    PhotosynQ Wins Editor’s Choice Award

    Posted on Jun. 9, 2014

    Three members of the Kramer Lab presented the PhotosynQ project at a recent Maker’s Faire in San Francisco, and it won an Editor’s Choice Award.

  • PhotosynQ: Working Local, Thinking Global

    PhotosynQ: Working Local, Thinking Global

    Posted on May. 19, 2014

    Imagine a way to uniformly and easily collect a broad range of plant data at remote locations around the earth and share it worldwide immediately and freely, allowing unlimited cross-collaborations and research possibilities. David Kramer’s lab is making this happen now, with the PhotosynQ project.

  • Ken Keegstra Elected to National Academy of Sciences

    Ken Keegstra Elected to National Academy of Sciences

    Posted on May. 7, 2014

    Last week, Ken Keegstra, University Distinguished Professor of plant biology and biochemistry and molecular biology, was elected to the 2014 class of the National Academy of Sciences.  

     

  • Cheryl Kerfeld Installed as Hannah Professor

    Cheryl Kerfeld Installed as Hannah Professor

    Posted on May. 7, 2014

    An investiture ceremony was held in March to celebrate Cheryl Kerfeld’s installation as Hannah Professor of Structural Bioengineering.

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