Seminars from Departments of Plant Sciences and Molecular Biology

Department of Plant Sciences Seminars

Fridays, 1:10-2 p.m., Ag 2024

  • February 2 – “The Disappearing Act: Quantifying and Locating Irrigation Water Losses on the Wind River Indian Reservation,” Ginger Paige, UW Ecosystem Science and Management,
  • February 9 – “Exploring Local Implications of the Agroecology Movement,”  Richard Vercoe,  UW Geography,
  • February 16 – “Water Agriculture Food Energy Research Nexus Project,” Selena Gerace, UW Agricultural and Applied Economics,
  • February 23 – “King George, Vampires and Herbicides,” Franck Dayan, Colorado State University Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management,


Department of Molecular Biology Seminars

Fridays, 2:10-3 p.m., Animal Science/Molecular Biology building, room 103

  • February 2: “Regulating Bacterial Growth with Toxins and Nucleotide Signaling Molecules,” Michael Laub, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • February 9: “Bacteria-Induced Gut Hypoxia Functions as an Essential Signal for Mosquito Development,” Michael Strand, University of Georgia
  • February 16: “Oxygen-Dependent Glycosylation Regulates the Ubiquitin/Proteasome System in Toxoplasma and Other Protists,” Christopher West, University of Georgia
  • February 23: “Listeria and the Harnessing of Innate Immunity,” Laurel Lenz, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus