Upcoming seminars

August

  • 8/26/22, Jacquelyn M. Evans, Cornell University

September

  • 9/2/22, Yuanquan Song, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute
  • 9/13/22, Alwin Hohler, University of Vienna
  • 9/23/22, Tin Tin Su, University of Colorado
  • 9/30/22, Brian D. Rudd and Praveen Sethupathy, Immunogenics Symposium, Cornell University

October

  • 10/07/22, Distinguished Seminar Series in Genome Biology by Dr. Molly Hammell, Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory 
  • 10/14/22, Life Science Lecture by Dr. Laura Landweber, Columbia University
  • 10/21/22, Yong Xiong, Yale University
  • 10/28/22, David Schneider , Stanford University 

Past events

Molly Hammell

Seminar

Three Molecular Subtypes of ALS: Stress, Inflammation and Transposons
Distinguished Seminar Series in Genome Biology Molecular Biology & Genetics Seminar By Molly Hammell Associate Professor Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Hosted by: Cedric Feschotte and Andy Clark If you need accommodations to participate in this...
  • Biology
Tin Tin Su Profile Photo

Seminar

Molecular Biology & Genetics Seminar By Tin Tin Su Professor University of Colorado, Boulder Hosted by: Mariana Wolfner If you need accommodations to participate in this event please contact nsp53 [at] cornell.edu as soon as possible.
  • Biology
Yuanquan Song

Seminar

Molecular Biology & Genetics Seminar By Yuanquan Song Researcher Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute Hosted by: Chun Han If you need accommodations to participate in this event please contact nsp53 [at] cornell.edu as soon as...
  • Biology

News

Red and green experimental DNA fibers

News

Discovery explains cancer chemotherapy resistance, offers solution

Researchers have uncovered a novel pathway that explains how cancer cells become resistant to chemotherapies, which in turn offers a potential solution for preventing chemo-resistance.

  • Molecular Biology and Genetics
  • Health + Nutrition
Jingyue (Ellie) Duan

News

Cornell is co-leading a five-year, $12.5 million grant from the National Sciences Foundation to form the IISAGE Biology Integration Institute aimed at identifying mechanisms and evolution of sex differences between females and males in aging.
  • Animal Science
  • Molecular Biology and Genetics
  • Animals

News

New research from Cornell offers insights into a line of CRISPR systems, which could lead to promising antiviral and tissue engineering tools in animal and plants.

  • Molecular Biology and Genetics
  • Genetics
Photo of fruit fly.

News

Thousands of strains of drosophilia, or fruit fly, have been developed for research purposes at Cornell Research. These fruit flies are currently being used to investigate human diseases, and researcher Chun Han from Cornell's Molecular Biology and Genetics lab is developing a new research technique called gRNA-infused crossing over, or MAGIC, that will make this type of research easier for future experiments.
  • Molecular Biology and Genetics
  • Organisms
  • Biology
Two people in the lab.

News

A Cornell study describes a breakthrough in the quest to improve photosynthesis in certain crops, a step toward adapting plants to rapid climate changes and increasing yields to feed a projected 9 billion people by 2050.
  • Molecular Biology and Genetics
  • Genetics
  • Plants