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Andreas Janshoff

NCCR Lecture series: Andreas Janshoff

Andreas Janshoff, Full Professor of Biophysical Chemistry, University of Göttingen, is our next guest speaker. He will give a talk on “Viscoelasticity of cell membranes: from minimal artificial cortices to living cells”.

Bradley Pentelute

NCCR Lecture series: Bradley Pentelute

Bradley Pentelute, Associate Professor (MIT, USA), is our next guest speaker. He will give a talk on “Cysteine arylation to engineer peptides and proteins”.

NCCR Lecture series: Steven Boxer

Steven G. Boxer, Stanford University, will give talks on “Reactions, dynamics and imaging in model biological membranes” (UNIGE) and on “Electric fields and enzyme catalysis” (EPFL).

Soft Skills Week

Registration for the Soft Skills Week in Lausanne (EPFL) is now open. Don’t miss the workshops on assertiveness and time management!

Hagan Bayey

NCCR Lecture series: Hagan Bayley

Hagan Bayley, Professor of Chemical Biology (University of Oxford) will give two different talks at UNIGE and at EPFL in November.

SNSF Site visit (year 7)

The next Site Visit of the Swiss National Science Foundation will take place in November 08-09, 2017 at the EPF Lausanne, Batochimie building.

NCCR Lecture series: Tatiana Kutateladze

Prof. Tatiana Kutateladze, Department of Pharmacology, University of Colorado School of Medicine (USA) will give a talk entitled “Molecular mechanisms of epigenetic regulation”.

NCCR Special Lecture series: Curtis A. Davey

Prof. Curtis Davey, School of Biological Sciences, College of Science, NTU, Singapore, will give a talk on “X-Ray crystal structure of a chromatosome: the fundamental nucleosome-linker histone assembly of Chromatin”.

Lecture series hosted by junior scientists: Thomas Ward

We invite you to the launch of the new NCCR lecture series hosted by junior scientists, featuring a combined talk and workshop by Prof. Thomas R. Ward (UniBas, Director of NCCR MSE) on artificial enzyme catalysis.