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July 27-August 1.

World-famous and Molecular Biology MeetingThe Genetics Society of America is pleased to announce 2013 Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting, July 27-August 1, at the University of British Columbia , Vancouver, this biennial held meeting brings investigators studying various aspects of eukaryotic biology in yeast. Highlights of the program include presentations by three Nobel Laureates and a Canadian astronaut. Also a member of the European Parliament..

Program highlightsTuesday, JulyIra Herskowitz Award, to younger scientists whose cutting edge research and technological innovation the greatest impact on the most impact on the field in the last 20 years. Recipient: Brenda Andrews, University of Toronto.

Friday, JulyLifetime Achievement Award, for his lifetime contributions in the field of yeast genetics and outstanding community service. Recipient: Paul Nurse, Rockefeller University, New York CityGenetics Society of America Award Presentation: The 2009 GSA Medal for outstanding contributions in the field in the last 15 years. Recipient: Marian B. Carlson, Columbia University, New York City and HHMI.Learn that auxin controlled TIR1 is a tremendous advance for plant biology that are likely important consequences for the farm in future, said IU Bloomington a plant biologist Ask Estelle. It is a bonus to us that TIR1, is related to at proteins in other non, including humans. Some of TIR1 human relatives play a part in a variety human cancers, and it is possible to fact that our work to plant will be including on to new cancer medications. .

Its report on the front cover this week’s issue which Nature, can be also has important implications for to treatment of human diseases, because TIR1 resembles man in cancer. Known to be involved in cancer.

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