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Charting the future of RNA and protein sequence-structure exploration

Dr. Kalli Kappel, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
- | Leidy 109

Abstract: RNA and protein sequences dictate their structures, spanning multiple length scales, from molecular conformations to patterns of subcellular localization. In turn, these structures govern biological…

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Dr. Julia Chifman, American University, Washington DC
- | Zoom

Looking back to look forward: understanding morphological diversity for agricultural improvement

Dr. Madelaine Bartlett, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- | Leidy 109 and via Zoom

Abstract: Plants have evolved diverse morphological solutions to diverse ecological problems: cacti survive in deserts, tiny duckweeds float on water, and carnivorous plants get their nitrogen from prey lured…