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West Coast Bio Roundup: Tessier-Lavigne, Twist, Unity, Grail & More

February 5, 2016 – 12:27 pm

The biggest news on the West Coast this week came from Stanford University. The school has lured decorated neuroscientist Marc Tessier-Lavigne away from New York’s Rockefeller University to be…

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Still Connected After all These Years

February 4, 2016 – 7:00 am

“I don’t really understand how people who have been active in the university can retire,” said William Fenical, UC San Diego distinguished professor of oceanography and director of the Center for Marine Biotechnology and Biomedicine at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. “We’ve dedicated every waking moment of our lives for 50 years to doing things that are beneficial for folks. How do you just drop that?” At 74, Fenical is still is a full-time professor and still researching drugs from the sea, including compounds that look very promising to fight melanoma, multiple myeloma as well as breast and ovarian cancer.

Citizen Scientists Dive in to Support Scripps Exploration on the High Seas

February 4, 2016 – 7:00 am

Scripps Institution of Oceanography’s fleet of research vessels, soon to be augmented with the arrival of the new R/V Sally Ride, has logged hundreds of thousands of nautical miles exploring the world’s oceans—over undersea volcanoes and through monstrous waves—seeking answers to some of the planet’s most daunting environmental challenges.

Improving Odds for Women in Tech? Take Notes from Biotech

February 4, 2016 – 6:59 am

At our entrepreneurial support organization, the Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED), we often joke about adhering to the proper dress and catering code for our networking events: jeans and…

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Entry-Level Research Associate: Molecular Lab (Sorrento Valley)

We are a well-established Medical Device company looking to add a couple RAs to our current R&D Team. Our company is located in Sorrento Valley.
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Trilink: Profiling Pseudouridine

Two New Methods for Sequencing Pseudouridine Leverage Old Chemistry New Methods Reveal ‘Rewiring’ of Genetic Code by Post-Transcriptional Pseudouridination Exciting Future for New Analytical Methods for Modified mRNA Be Sure to Read the Very End of the Blog for a … Continue reading → The... More...

Su Lab: Over 300,000 annotations have been submitted so far, but we’re not done! Your help is still needed on our open doc sets

On Wednesday, the Mark2Cure development team met with Dr. Hudson Freeze (NGLY1 and CDG expert), Dr. Karen Ho (NGLY1.org’s scientific... More...

Su Lab: Over 300,000 annotations have been submitted so far, but we’re not done! Your help is still needed on our open doc sets

On Wednesday, the Mark2Cure development team met with Dr. Hudson Freeze (NGLY1 and CDG expert), Dr. Karen Ho (NGLY1.org’s scientific... More...

Neuwrite SD: Altruism: A Story of Amygdalae and Kidneys

So, how do you begin to study the neural underpinnings of something so difficult to define or identify? And since virtually all of us do kind things on occasion, how would one compare altruists and non-altruists to see whether there are any difference...