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Developing Cellular Biophysical Markers for Blood Disorders with Interferometric Microscopy

December 6, 2016, 12-1 PM

Poorya Hosseini
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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The Fastest Road to Finding Life Beyond Earth

December 6, 2016, 4 PM

Jonathan Lunine
Cornell Center for Astrophysics and Planetary Science

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Intranuclear chromosome positioning and movement: a combined cytological and genomic approach

December 6, 2016, 4:30-6 PM

Professor Andrew Belmont

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One of a Series: Biology Colloquium

Proteostasis function and disfunction" the delicate art of maniaining a healty proteome

December 6, 2016, 4 PM

Judith Frydman

Host: Angelika Amon

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One of a Series: Physics Colloquium

Extracting the Universe from the Wave Function

December 8, 2016, 4 PM

Sean Carroll

Host: PGSC

Quantum mechanics is a theory of wave functions in Hilbert space. Many features that we generally take for granted when we use quantum mechanics -- classical spacetime, locality, the system/environment split, collapse/branching, preferred observables, the Born rule for probabilities -- should in principle be derivable from the basic ingredients of the quantum state and the Hamiltonian. I will discuss recent progress on these problems, including consequences for cosmology and quantum gravity.

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Insights from Large-Scale Cloud-Resolving Modeling of Convection and Clouds

December 8, 2016, 3 PM

Chris Bretherton
University of Washington

"Ultraparameterization: Using Large Eddy Simulation for Global Simulation of Boundary Layer Clouds and Climate" - Large cloud-resolving simulations with 10^8 or more grid points are a powerful tool for modeling multiscale interactions between cumulus and boundary-layer clouds and atmospheric circulations. These multiscale interactions are important for tropical weather and global climate and they are challenging to parameterize in climate models. Near-global aquaplanet simulations with 4 km horizontal resolution will be used to explore mechanisms of tropical convective aggregation and cloud feedbacks, especially feedbacks between radiation, humidity, clouds and convection. Finally, early results will be presented from a new global modeling strategy, ultraparameterization, that resolves boundary layer clouds and turbulence.

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Mechanisms of Mucosal Barrier Function

December 8, 2016, 4-5:15 PM

Katharina Ribbeck

Hosted by: Doug Lauffenburger

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Electrified Vehicles in Context

December 8, 2016, 4:15-5:30 PM

Professor John Heywood
Professor of MechE; Sun Jae Professor, Emeritus