Wellesley College (BC)^2’s annual lecture featured Dr. Sheryl Elkin, chief scientific officer of the biomedical company N-of-One. She presented on the role of business, science, and technology in the future of precision medicine in cancer care. Sheryl Elkin, PhD, is the Chief Scientific Officer at the biomedical company N-of-One. N-of-One consists of a specialized team … More Missed our annual lecture this year? Watch our recording of it!
Yesterday, (BC)^2 hosted a panel and informal networking event to promote careers that connect STEM fields with other disciplines including business, technology, and health. Thank you to our lovely speakers and students who participated in the event!
Come join us at our STEM CEL (STEM Career Exploration & Learning) event on Sunday, April 22 to learn about new STEM fields and build professional relationships! RSVP here.
Join (BC)^2 for our final lunch lecture series on Tuesday, April 10th from 12:30-1:30 pm in SCI 268! Biology professor David Ellerby will be speaking about his work on the ecophysiology of the ~creatures~ living in our very own Lake Waban! Lunch will be served. ?? yzhang18 exp. 4/11 For accommodations, contact Jim Wice, Director of Disability … More The Murky Depths of Ecophysiology – (BC)^2 Lunch Lecture Series!
Wellesley Biology and Biochemistry Club is currently accepting applications for the 2018-2019 E-Board! If you enjoyed our lectures and events this year, e-board is a great way to become more involved! We have several open positions, listed below: – Treasurer – Secretary – Spam Mistress – Annual Lecture Chair – Women in Science Lecture Chair … More DEADLINE EXTENDED – Apply to (BC)^2 E-board!
Couldn’t make it to our Women in Science lecture this year? Check out our recording of it below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-wXIcD8nOU&feature=youtu.be Mary Jo Ondrechen, PhD, is a professor of Chemical Biology and Computational Chemistry at Northeastern University whose work includes protein engineering, functional genomics, drug discovery, and prediction of protein function based on structure.
LOVE women in science?? Curious about STEM career paths after Wellesley? Join (BC)^2 for our Women in Science lecture featuring Dr. Mary Jo Ondrechen on Monday, March 12th at 6 pm in SCI 278! Dr. Ondrechen’s work and interests include understanding enzyme catalysis, functional genomics, modeling enzyme-substrate interactions, drug discovery and development, and protein engineering. … More Women in Science – Annual (BC)^2 Lecture