Posts Tagged: biochemistry
If you want to learn about biochemistry, COVID-19, UC Davis and Cardiff University, all rolled into one—and reap an educational and...
The March 10th event pits undergraduate students in biochemistry from two global universities: UC Davis and Cardiff University
When the Ironic Bonds Team and the Gibbs Team won the 12-team competition in the UC Davis Eric Conn Biochemistry Quizzes, it's not “game...
It will be UC Davis vs. Cardiff University on Wednesday, March 10. The public is invited to the virtual event.
Answer me this: “What is the name of the proteins (water channels) that facilitates water transport into and out of cells? And who discovered...
Natalie Six of the winning Gibbs Team answers a question. (Screen shot)
Catherine Rodriguez of the winning Ironic Bonds team answers a question about Peter Agre. (Screen shot)
UC Davis distinguished professor Walter Leal moderating the Eric Conn Biochemistry Quizzes. (Screen shot)
It's "Bio Day" on Saturday, Feb. 20 at the University of California, Davis. That's when UC Davis will celebrate the "bio" (life) in both...
The line-up on Saturday, Feb. 20 for the UC Davis Biodiversity Museum Month live talks. (Screen shot)
When UC Davis Professor Jonathan Eisen read on Twitter that the Eric Conn Biochemistry Quizzes would be both fun and educational, he commented: "And who ever said Biochemistry Quizzes weren't fun. Silly people. They are fun." (Screen shot)
You won't want to miss this. It promises to be a memorable event. Sixty UC Davis undergraduate students, divided into 12 teams with such names...
UC Davis Distinguished Professor Walter Leal organizing the Eric Conn Biochemistry Games. (Screen shot)
In her video, Dr. Allison Brashear, dean of the UC Davis School of Medicine, addresses the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccines. (Screen shot)
Rachel Levan, a UC Davis third-year genetics major from Fairfield, Calif., is one of the participants in the Eric Conn Biochemistry Quizzes. (Screen shot)
Eric Conn, a noted plant biochemist, nurtured the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden's acacias for scientific as well as aesthetic reasons. He died in 2017 at age 94. (UC Davis Photo)