Professor Krishna Niyogi and his lab are collaborators on the project, which works to improve plant photosynthesis and increase yields for farmers worldwide.
In the Gibbs research group, our goal is to identify the mechanisms that underlie self versus non-self recognition in cells.
With the 150 Years of Women at Berkeley campaign, professor emerita Sung led a video project interviewing faculty, students, and staff.
Perhaps you’ve been foraging for mushrooms this season? Or are you just casually curious about the world’s continuing appetite for, and fascination with, fungi?
Viruses infect their respective hosts efficiently through a regulated process of recognizing highly specific receptors and subsequently transferring genomic material across cell membrane barriers.
The goal of my research is to use fungal symbioses, such as lichens, to address large scale questions such as mechanisms driving the latitudinal diversity gradient and projected outcomes of global climate change.
Allison Williams is a self-described structural microbiologist, interested in the interacting networks of bacterial nanomachines and how they sustain life through cellular communication.
Professor Kris Niyogi and Berkeley Lab research scientist Setsuko Wakao are featured in a podcast about diatom structure and genetics.
I am fascinated by the diversity of shape and form present in flowering plants. Research in my lab is focused on understanding the molecular underpinnings of this diversity – both how it develops and how it evolves.
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Susan Golden received a B.A. (1978) in Biology from Mississippi University for Women and a Ph.D. (1983) in Genetics from the University of Missouri.
My lab uses multiple approaches to dissect plant stem cell signaling networks including genetics, genomics, live tissue imaging, and cell biological and biochemical methods.
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In a new study, researchers in professor Sabeeha Merchant's lab outline a previously unknown similarity between bacteria and more complex forms of life.
Professor of Microbiology Romano Scholar Associate Director, MCB Graduate Program Research Topics Enzymology, Microbial Physiology Education B.S. (Chemistry, English), Duke University, 1981 Ph.D.
Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) is a grass closely related to sugarcane (Saccharum) and corn (Zea mays). It is the fifth most important cereal crop globally; its use is increasing due to its ability to resist drought.
Lasana Hotep is an educator and entrepreneur. He lives in Oakland, California. He is the Lead Consultant for Hotep Consultants and the Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging at the University of California, Berkeley.
Rausser College faculty like professor Tom Bruns use creative methods to engage students with remote learning.
Social media and online communication are changing science—including how research is shared and how professional reputations are developed.
Join us for a special department seminar with our own Michi Taga. Details are below. Michi will be giving this talk as part of the process for becoming a full-professor at PMB.