School of Life Sciences

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Sussexsport staff rounders tournament

Wednesday 28 August from 16:00 until 18:30
Falmer Sports Complex
Sussexsport summer activities

Teams can consist of a maximum of nine players and minimum of six. Reserve your team's place by nominating one person to book a single ticket.


Referencing Help Desk: dissertation surgery

Thursday 29 August from 14:00 until 16:00
Library Ground Floor
Master Classes

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The multi-tool AAA+ ATPase torsinA is a Rosetta Stone for understanding molecular mechanisms

Wednesday 11 September from 13:00 until 14:00
GDSC Seminar Room
GDSC Seminar Series
Professor Gant Luxton, College of Biological Sciences, University of Minnesota

All welcome to attend.


Integrated Varroa Management 2019

Saturday 14 September from 11:30 until 15:00
Laboratory of Apiculture and Social Insects, University of Sussex
Summer Workshop
LASI

A workshop to help beekeepers manage honey bee pests and diseases.


Integrated Varroa Management 2019

Sunday 15 September from 11:30 until 15:00
Laboratory of Apiculture and Social Insects, University of Sussex
Summer Workshop
LASI

A workshop to help beekeepers manage honey bee pests and diseases.


SSRP 2nd Annual Symposium

Wednesday 18 September from 9:00 until 16:30
Fulton B

Sussex Sustainability Research Programme will be hosting its second annual symposium on Wednesday 18th September.


Epigenetic Regulation: Establishment and Maintenance of Specialised Chromatin Domains

Wednesday 18 September from 13:00 until 14:00
GDSC Seminar Series
GDSC Seminar Series
Prof Robin Allshire, Professor of Chromosome Biology at University of Edinburgh

All welcome to attend.


Timely assembly of the mitotic spindle for accurate chromosome segregation

Wednesday 2 October from 13:00 until 14:00
GDSC Seminar Room
GDSC Seminar Series
Dr Shoji Hata (Zentrum für Molekulare Biologie der Universität Heidelberg)

Findings reveal an unanticipated aspect of early mitotic spindle assembly that ensures genomic stability of human cells.


Exploring Ivy: Autumn Food for Honey Bees and Flower-visiting Insects 2019

Saturday 5 October from 11:30 until 15:00
Laboratory of Apiculture and Social Insects, University of Sussex
Autumn Workshop
LASI

Ivy is one of the most abundant and widely distributed UK plants. It is also native to most of Europe.


Decode the Honey bee Waggle Dance 2019

Sunday 6 October from 11:30 until 15:00
Laboratory of Apiculture and Social Insects, University of Sussex
Autumn Workshop
LASI

Honey bees have sophisticated communication systems which they use to coordinate colony activities.


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