WILL, Illinois Public Media will be producing a televised community conversation that will tie to the upcoming documentary on cancer from Ken Burns titled Living With Cancer In Central Illinois: Diagnoses & Decisions (see the following description). Studio audience members are sought (open to undergraduates, graduates, faculty, and staff) to help shape and inform the discussion.
Announcements, events, and opportunities for members of the Cancer Community @ Illinois.
“We discovered this interesting physics of DNA that its sequence determines the flexibility and thus the stability of the DNA package inside the cell,” said Gutgsell Professor of Physics Taekjip Ha, pictured on the left, who is a member of the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology.
The track at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Armory on March 14, 2015 felt the footsteps of over 1,000 determined volunteers, many of them students, walking to finish the fight against cancer at this year’s Colleges Against Cancer Relay For Life.
One of the new pieces of equipment is used to image small animals, samples, and biospecimans. It is commonly used in cancer, neuroscience, and infectious disease research to visualize the disease process and treatments and its 3-D X-ray capabilities can be used to image anatomical structures. Photo courtesy Perkin/Elmer