School of Science research seminar on chromatin conformation and sustainable food processes
- Event Name
- School of Science research seminar on chromatin conformation and sustainable food processes
- 12 November 2020
- 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm
Address (Room): Online via Zoom
Hamid Sediqi, Mark R. Jones School of Science, Western Sydney University, Australia.
Title: Do Nuclear Voltage Potentials Regulate Chromatin Conformation?
Abstract: ioelectric properties of the cell surface regulate key process such as differentiation, proliferation, and apoptosis. However, the nucleus also possesses a trans-membrane potential, and its functional properties is poorly understood. Here we explore the relationship between nuclear voltage gradients and chromatin conformation.
And Polly Burey, Andreas Helwig, Sunil Panchal School of Sciences, University of Southern Queensland, Australia School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, University of Southern Queensland, Australia School of Sciences, Western Sydney University, Australia.
Title: How to SEE sustainability in food systems
Abstract: How can we focus on Social, Economic and Environmental (SEE) Sustainability of food systems? To achieve this, supply chains must be modified through the development of new supply chain management strategies, and more efficient, flexible processing technologies to optimise food, energy and water resource usage, minimise waste and also optimise population health. Ideally this occurs while maintaining economic health of the food systems and their surrounding environment. Here we explore how we could model this complex ecosystem.
Name: Patrice Castignolles
Phone: 0413 021 562
School / Department: School of Science