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Seminars and Events

Seminars and events of interest - August 21 – September 1

 

Assembling the Transcriptome: Computational Challenges and Genetic Discoveries

Steven Salzberg, Johns Hopkins
Biological Statistics and Computational Biology
Wednesday, August 23, 11:00 - 12:00 pm, 226 Weill Hall in Ithaca

Tomorrow: award-winning documentary that showcases alternative and creative ways of viewing agriculture, economics, energy and education in the age of climate change

Atkinson Center, Biological and Environmental Engineering
Wednesday, August 23, 7:00 - 9:00 pm, Willard Straight Theater in Ithaca
 

Processing Vegetable Field Day

New York Agriculture Experiment Station
Thursday, August 24, 1:00 - 5:00 pm, NYSAES Fruit and Vegetable Research Farm, 1097 Co. Rd. 4 in Geneva
 

How to turn failed experiments into exciting scientific discoveries

Hening Lin, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Boyce Thompson Institute Post-Graduate Society
Thursday, August 24, 4:00 pm, BTI Auditorium in Ithaca
 

BEST Opportunities Aren’t Found, They’re Made

Susi Sturzenegger Varvayanis, BEST Program, Cornell
Plant Biology Section
Friday, August 25, 11:15 am, 404 Plant Science Building

Preprinting in Biology (webinar)

Jessica Polka, ASAPbio
SIPS Postdoctoral Association

Friday, August 25, 12:20 pm, 102 Mann Library in Ithaca

Application of multi-trait models for genomic selection in African Cassava

Uche Okeke, Plant Breeding and Genetics Section, Cornell
Plant Breeding and Genetics Section Special Seminar
Tuesday, August 29, 12:00 - 1:00, 404 Plant Science Building in Ithaca

The Axe of the Spoiler

Ishion Hutchinson, English Department, Cornell
Cornell Botanic Gardens, William and Jane Torrence Harder Lecture
Wednesday, August 30, 5:30 pm, Call Auditorium in Ithaca

To Grow or Not to Grow: What Makes Roots Respond to Environmental Signals?

Wolfgang Busch, Salk Institute
Plant Biology Section
Friday, September 1, 11:15 am, 404 Plant Science Building in Ithaca

 

Food Hub Donation site in Plant Science

Don’t Let your Veggies Grow Up To be Compost’ – Donate your garden surplus to the hungry

If you have more produce from your garden or CSA than you and your family can eat, donate excess to the Friendship Donations Network Food Hub in the walk-in cooler on the garden floor, Plant Science G04E
Food is collected every Monday before 5 p.m. and will be redistributed to people in our community
Read more here or contact Jane Mt. Pleasant for more information
 

SIPS News - read and contribute
 

The School of Integrative Plant Science News Blog has been created to highlight activities of general interest to SIPS members and to serve as a source of news items about SIPS research, teaching, and outreach for CALS news and other media.  Cross-sectional collaborations are of particular interest as are activities that may be under-represented in CALS publications.  Contact Magdalen Lindeberg, to submit recent research breakthroughs, publications, or other topics potentially suitable for the SIPS News.