Bouncy, sticky, slimy chemistry

Susannah Gordon-Messer, a graduate student in the Biophysics and Structural Biology Ph. D. program, talks about her experiences with science outreach in an article in NSF Discoveries. Her work with the Discovery Museums in Acton was supported as part of a training grant awarded to Brandeis by NSF’s IGERT program.

Sex-specificity of behavior in the fruit fly

What makes a male fly act like a guy?

Adriana Villella and Jeff Hall discuss the neurogenetics of courtship and mating in Drosophila in a new review.

Remote controlling your office computer from home

With winter on the way, I thought it was time to update my instructions for How to Access Your Office Computer from Home

Call or e-mail Steven (or leave a comment here) if you have questions about personalized advice for working from home

AAT

Prof. Anne Gershenson from Chemistry has been awarded a grant from the Alpha-1 Foundation to study protein structure related chain formation of Alpha-1 Antitrypsin.

New Sengupta Lab Website

The Sengupta Lab website has been updated with lots of new imagery. Check it out!

Annual Neuroscience Migration

As usual for this time of year, the Neuroscience labs will clear out as everyone goes to the Society for Neuroscience meeting. Leslie Griffith will be giving a Presidential Special Lecture on Sleep: Studying a Human Behavior in an Insect (Monday, 5:15 pm).

Here’s a list of Brandeis-affiliated posters and presentations.

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