A ring-like structure found in a protein complex called ‘Elongator’ provides new clues to its tasks inside the cell and to its role in neurodegenerative diseases. It is the first three-dimensional structure of part of this complex, and was published online today in NSMB.
Scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, can now see - and predict - exactly when remote controls, genetic sequences known as enhancers in cells' nuclei, are activated in a real embryo.
Christine Tudor is the new Executive Director of the Dakota State University Foundation, as announced today by the President of Dakota State University, Dr. David Borofsky.
Dakota State University students, Megan Fredberg and Jessica Simcox, were recently each awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the NASA South Dakota Space Grant Consortium Management Team for the 2012-2013 school year.
This year brought many new and exciting events to Dakota State University, here are the top twelve stories for 2012. You can find all of the stories from the past year at http://www.dsu.edu/news/2012/index.aspx
Senator John Thune (R-S.D.) spoke to Madison community members today at the Tunheim Classroom Building on the campus of Dakota State University.
This chapter, forthcoming in the Oxford Handbook of International Adjudication, provides an analytical overview of the burgeoning literature on the effectiveness of international courts and tribunals (ICs). It considers four dimensions of effectiveness that have engendered debates among scholars or received insufficient scrutiny.
The Eurozone official sector has declared that the belated restructuring of Greek bonds held by private sector creditors in 2012 was a “unique and exceptional” event, never, ever to be repeated in any other Eurozone country. Maybe so.