Past Events

UCLA Science Faculty
Annual Research Colloquium Series
2012 - 2013

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Presented for fellow scientists and interested non-scientists, these colloquia are intended to promote interdisciplinary collaboration in the campus research community, as well as with colleagues from other institutions and with the public.

Bob Cousins

Distinguished Professor of Physics & Astronomy

Thursday, November 8, 2012
UCLA Korn Convocation Hall

Professor Cousins' research is in the field of elementary particle physics, also know as high energy physics. His goal is to understand the smallest building blocks of matter and the forces between them. For three years, Cousins served as deputy to the leader of one of the two experiments searching for the Higgs boson at CERN. 

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The Video Stream will Begin Tomorrow Nov 8th @3:45pm

 


 

Past Lectures

 Mark Hansen

Professor of Statistics

"Repetition of Surprise, Rehearsal and Reinvention"

 


 

Timothy Deming

Professor of Bioengineering & Biomedical Engineering

"Bridging the Gap Between Plastics and Proteins" 

 


 

Heather Maynard

Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry

Member, California NanoSystems Institute

"Better Living Through Plastics: Stabilization of Drugs with Polymers" 

 


 

Steve Jacobsen

Professor of Molecular, Cell & Development Biology

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator

Member, California NanoSystems Institute

"Mechanisms of Epigenetic Inheritence"

 


 

Steve Dubinett

Professor of Medicine

Chief, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine

"Translating the Mysteries of Pulmonary Pre-Malignancy"