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Voegeli Seminar Series: "Bacteria and the Origins of Molecular Biology"

Release Date:
10/8/2013 12:00 AM
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Charles Vigue, featuresCharles Vigue, Ph.D.

WHAT:

The Department of Biology and Environmental Sciences presents a seminar from Charles Vigue, Ph.D. on the history of how studies on bacteria helped elucidate the mechanisms by which information flows from nucleic acids to polypeptides.

WHO:

Dr. Vigue served twelve years as chairman of the Department of Biology and Environmental Science and twenty years as editor of the Connecticut Journal of Science Education. He has also held the positions of Visiting Research Scientist and Visiting Professor at Yale University School of Medicine.

He has been a member of the staff of WNHU, the University of New Haven's radio station, for 24 years where he has produced several music, science, and travel programs. He is also faculty advisor of SMILE (Students Making and Impact on their Living Environment), a University of New Haven student community service club.

 WHEN:

Oct. 17, from 4:40 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.               

WHERE:

Dodds Hall, Room 205, University of New Haven

FOR MORE INFORMATION:  Contact Henry Voegeli at HVoegeli@newhaven.edu

NEXT IN THIS SERIES:

Nov. 7; Amy Carlile, Ph.D. "Using Next Generation Sequencing to Examine Microbial Communities"
Dec. 5: Eva Sapi, Ph.D.: "Killing the Lyme Disease Bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi: Is it Possible?"

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