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iBioSeminars: RNA Structure, Function and Recognition (part II)

Posted in Media, Talks by YPAA on October 25, 2014
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iBioSeminars: RNA Structure, Function and Recognition (part III)

Posted in Media, Talks by YPAA on October 25, 2014

iBioSeminars: microRNAs (part I)

Posted in Media, MIT, Talks by YPAA on May 26, 2014

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iBioSeminars: microRNAs (part II)

Posted in Media, MIT, Talks by YPAA on May 26, 2014

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iBioSeminars: microRNAs (part III)

Posted in Media, MIT, Talks by YPAA on May 26, 2014

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Spherical Nucleic Acids (SNAs)

Posted in Media by YPAA on February 6, 2014

Science of the flying V formation in birds

Posted in Evolution, Gallimaufry, Media by YPAA on January 15, 2014

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Richard Pryor examines predator–prey relationships

Posted in Evolution, Gallimaufry, Media by YPAA on January 4, 2014

The Animated Life of A.R. Wallace (NYT)

Posted in Evolution, Media, Science Journalism by YPAA on December 29, 2013
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iBioSeminars: RNA

Posted in Media, Talks by YPAA on January 29, 2012

Roy Parker Part 1: Mechanisms and Control of mRNA Localization, Translation and Degradation

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Roy Parker Part 2: P-bodies and the mRNA Cycle

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Melissa Moore Part 1: Split Genes and RNA Splicing

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Melissa Moore Part 2: Spliceosome Structure and Dynamics

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Ruth Lehmann Part 2: RNA Regulation

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Jack Szostak Part 1: The Origin of Cellular Life on Earth

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Jack Szostak Part 3: Non-enzymatic Copying of Nucleic Acid Templates

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Lectures from ibioseminars.org.

RNAi video animation

Posted in Media by YPAA on January 15, 2012

Cell Club 12/23/11

Posted in Evolution, Media by YPAA on December 23, 2011

Cell made a paperflick about a new study uncovering mechanisms of silencing of new transposons by piRNAs, from Bill Theurkauf and colleagues.

More evidence of non-boring scientists

Posted in Media, MIT by YPAA on December 17, 2011

Dennis is a cool dude; it’s self-reinforcing in his staff.

Remember, no grant could ever fund this kind of lab environment!

Kim Lab, Department of Biology, MIT