EBICS Public Lecture

EBICS Distinguished Lecture Series ft. Dr. Michael Elowitz

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is proud to host Dr. Michael Elowitz as our Distinguished Lecturer for the spring of 2018.

Lecture Subject:
Circuits of interacting proteins can perform a variety of “computational” functions in living cells. They allow cells to encode and decode signals, and respond to complex stimuli. What kinds of design principles allow natural protein circuits to function effectively? How can we design effective synthetic protein circuits? This talk will explore paradigms of natural and synthetic protein circuit design in mammalian cells.

Dr. Ritu Raman returns to Science Friday!

EBICS affiliate Dr. Ritu Raman will be reprising her visit with NPR's Science Friday to discuss recent work on healing bots and multicellular bots. She will also be discussing work to make a hands-on tutorial for educational purposes, and a recent invitation to present a booth on biobots at the the USA Science & Engineering Festival in April! Tune in for what is sure to be an exciting discussion.

Listen in at 3pm ET on Boston-area NPR station WBUR 90.9, online at Science Friday, or via your favorite podcast app.

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