We're entering a new era in biology, thanks to stunning images, powerful predictive tools, and a pioneering spirit. On Sept. 23, 2013, four of our scientists discussed how we're entering a new era in biology, and what this means to you.
Jay Keasling: Berkeley Lab's Associate Laboratory Director for Biosciences and Chief Executive Officer of the Joint BioEnergy Institute will provide an introduction to new biology and discuss the future of biomanufacturing.
Manfred Auer and the future of imaging: A new way to explore biology's uncharted terrain, from breast cancer progression to the social lives of microbes.
Adam Arkin and predictive biology: The quest to understand life's design principles--and how this will help tackle challenges in medicine, the environment, and more.
Carolyn Larabell and a CT scan for cells: How the Advanced Light Source is giving scientists an inside look at cells like never before.