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MIMG in the News, 2007


November 01, 2007

20th Anniversary Warsaw Fellowship Endowment (4MB PDF)

In grateful recognition for your vision and your generosity to UCLA, we have created this very special book to honor you for the distinguished legacy you have created. With your support we have been able to turn dreams into reality and conquer new frontiers in the life sciences.

September 20, 2007

UCLA Science Students in Pilot Federal Program Will Conduct Original Research in Laboratory Classes

The college educational experience is being redefined by a new federal pilot program in which UCLA is participating. Instead of sitting in lecture classes and reading textbooks, UCLA life sciences undergraduates will conduct new research in laboratory courses.

September 10, 2007

The Broad Foundation Donates $20 Million to UCLA Stem Cell Institute

The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation is donating $20 million to fund adult and embryonic stem cell research at UCLA, enhancing a program that brings together biologists, chemists, engineers, geneticists and other scientists to develop new and more...

May 15, 2007

UCLA Scientists Combine Chopin and Molecular Biology, Converting Protein Sequences Into Classical Music

UCLA molecular biologists have turned protein sequences into original compositions of classical music. "We converted the sequence of proteins into music and can get an auditory signal for every protein," said Jeffrey H. Miller, distinguished...

March 16, 2007

California Awards Comprehensive Stem Cell Reseach Grants; UCLA Scientists Garner Two of 29 Grants Awarded

Scientists at the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Medicine at UCLA today received two comprehensive research grants from the state as part of the second round of funding for embryonic stem cell research since voters approved Proposition 71...