Synthetic Biology: An Alumni Gathering Featuring Marcella Gomez

2019-02-11 18:30:00 2019-02-11 20:30:00 America/Los_Angeles Synthetic Biology: An Alumni Gathering Featuring Marcella Gomez

Synthetic Biology

UC Santa Cruz Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics Marcella Gomez to talk about synthetic biology—gene regulation, metabolic engineering, spatial patterning—at the monthly Prof & a Pint Alumni Association Meetup in San Jose on Feb. 11.

About the UCSC Prof and a Pint Lecture Series

The UCSC Prof and a Pint invites alumni and the community to a series of informal discussions served over dinner and drinks at Forager Tasting Room and Eatery in San Jose. Talks presented by faculty or graduate students aim to engage community discussion about many new things. We cover everything from organic artichokes to endangered zebras, self-driving cars to Shakespeare. All are welcome. Audience participation is encouraged. Enjoy a great meal and learn something while you're eating! All talks will be held on the second Monday of each month. Attendance is free, but meals and drinks are not provided. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Forager Tasting Room & Eatery, 420 So. First St., San Jose UCSC Extension Silicon Valley events@ucsc-extension.edu
Meetup Link

   Start Date :

2/11/2019 - 06.30 PM

   End Date :

2/11/2019 - 08.30 PM

   Location :

Forager Tasting Room & Eatery, 420 So. First St., San Jose

   Instructors :

Marcella Gomez, Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics

   Cost :

0

Synthetic Biology

UC Santa Cruz Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics Marcella Gomez to talk about synthetic biology—gene regulation, metabolic engineering, spatial patterning—at the monthly Prof & a Pint Alumni Association Meetup in San Jose on Feb. 11.

About the UCSC Prof and a Pint Lecture Series

The UCSC Prof and a Pint invites alumni and the community to a series of informal discussions served over dinner and drinks at Forager Tasting Room and Eatery in San Jose. Talks presented by faculty or graduate students aim to engage community discussion about many new things. We cover everything from organic artichokes to endangered zebras, self-driving cars to Shakespeare. All are welcome. Audience participation is encouraged. Enjoy a great meal and learn something while you're eating! All talks will be held on the second Monday of each month. Attendance is free, but meals and drinks are not provided. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.