What happens when populations expand
Speaker: Melanie Müller, Harvard University, Cambridge MA
Date: 08.12.2011 | Room: PH 3024 | Details


The Muscle Sarcomere in Mechanical Stress Sensing: Links to Muscle Protein Turnover Control
Speaker: Mathias Gautel, King's College London
Date: 25.11.2011 | Room: PH 127 | Details


Single-Molecule Torque Spectroscopy for Biophysical Investigations
Speaker: Dr. Nynke Dekker, Kavli Institute of NanoScience, TU Delft
Date: 18.11.2011 | Room: PH 127 | Details


Structure of the Dynein Motor Domain
Speaker: Andrew Carter, Medical Resarch Council, Cambridge, UK
Date: 11.11.2011 | Room: PH 127 | Details


Interpreting single molecule folding experiments: insights from molecular simulation
Speaker: Robert Best, Dept. Of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
Date: 28.10.2011 | Room: PH127 | Details


International workshop: Frontiers on Functional Interfaces
Speaker:
Date: 12.09.2011 | Room: Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) | Details


DNA Mechanics revealed by Force
Speaker: Gijs Wuite, Faculty of Sciences/Division of Physics and Astronomy, VU University Amsterdam
Date: 01.07.2011 | Room: PH 127 | Details


Force Spectroscopy of Folding and Misfolding in Single Biomolecules
Speaker: Michael T. Woodside, National Institute for Nanotechnology, National Research Council of Canada and Dept. of Physics, University of Alberta
Date: 17.06.2011 | Room: PH 127 | Details


Cyanobacteria's Specific Features: A Circadian Clock and many Antisense RNAs
Speaker: Ilka Axmann, Institute for Theoretical Biology, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Date: 10.06.2011 | Room: PH 127 | Details


Cancer, Diabetes, Malaria and Tuberculosis: New Strategies for Drug Development
Speaker: Michael Groll, Center for Integrated Protein Science, Department of Chemistry, TUM
Date: 27.05.2011 | Room: PH 127 | Details


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