Upcoming Talk

We are delighted to offer this evening lecture on
October 8, 2019.

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Holding Hands

Why do chromosomes sometimes appear as if they are "acrobats holding hands"?

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Leadership Training

Scientific group leaders can now receive world-class EMBO leadership training in North America.

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A Rising Star

The starlet sea anemone offers clues to how animal body plans develop.

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Corrupting Proteins

How and why do some proteins transform themselves into a different shape that “infect” other proteins?

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Vibrant Community

The Stowers Institute attracts the best minds from all over the world. At last count, our scientists and students hailed from 30 different countries.

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Vibrant Community

The Stowers Institute attracts the best minds from all over the world. At last count, our scientists and students hailed from 30 different countries.

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Meet Our Scientists

Every organism from yeast to man has to ensure that chromosomes are split evenly betw\en daughter cells. Most of Jennifer Gerton’s studies on chromosome segregation may be in yeast, but the impact of her findings extends to human disease.

In the Spotlight

Watch Big Ideas @ScienceStowers lecturer Neil Shubin, PhD, tell us about the most important discovery of his career: fossils that bridge an evolutionary gap between fish using their fins to swim, and animals using their arms, legs, fingers, and toes to walk on land.

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Graduate School

The Graduate School of The Stowers Institute

The Graduate School of the Stowers Institute will prepare a select group of young scientists whose truly transformative and integrative approaches to research will revolutionize 21st century biology.

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