The q-bio Public Lecture Series
The quantitative biology (q-bio) public lecture series is dedicated to dissemination of biological knowledge gained through quantitative experimentation and computational, mathematical, and/or statistical analyses of data. The lectures will be presented by leading scientists and aimed at the general public.
- Time: As announced - to register to attend the upcoming private receptions and public lectures at The Art and Science of Systems Biology event on March 26 and 27, please visit the eventbrite site for this event (registration is fast and free but limited), a detailed schedule is available here
- Place: Santa Fe Complex, 632 Agua Fria Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico (parking is free but limited, so arrive early!)
The next two talks in the q-bio public lecture series (on March 26 and 27) are integrated into The Art and Science of Systems Biology event.
- March 26, 2010
- Garrett M. Odell and Victoria E. Foe, University of Washington, How the sea urchin embryo gets its cleavage furrows (in the right place), a lecture in two parts
- March 27, 2010
- Bridget S. Wilson, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Journey through the cell
In addition to these public lectures, The Art and Science of Systems Biology event will feature an exhibition of the award-winning pieces of the NSF-sponsored 2009 International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge. Additional information about the winning pieces is available online in the NY Times here and in Science magazine here.
- Center for Nonlinear Studies (CNLS)
- The Los Alamos Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS)
- The New Mexico Center for the Spatiotemporal Modeling of Cell Signaling (STMC)
- Santa Fe Complex (sfX)
- Sponsors of The Art and Science of Systems Biology are listed here