Our Master student, Ana Milas, graduated from the Division of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb. Ana did her Master thesis on optogenetics in our lab. Congrats on your Master degree in chemistry! We are proud!
At the Dynamic kinetochore EMBO workshop that took place from 6th to 9th June 2017 in Edinburgh, UK, Renata Buđa gave oral presentation entitled “Microtubule sliding in the bridging fiber pushes kinetochore fibers apart to segregate chromosomes”.
Bruno Polak joined 82nd Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Chromosome Segregation & Structure and presented a poster entitled “The mitotic spindle possesses left-handed chirality” in Cold Spring Harbor, NY, USA from May 31 – June 5, 2017.
Kruno Vukušić gave a talk entitled “Mechanism of chromosome segregation in human cells revealed by laser microsurgery and photoactivation” at the 17th International European Light Microscopy Initiative (ELMI) Meeting in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
This weekend, Tolić lab joined Ruđer Bošković Institute on it’s Open Day.
On the occasion of Open Doors Day dedicated to the popularization of STEM fields – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Tolić group visited the Office of the President of the Republic of Croatia.
President of the Republic of Croatia, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, visited our lab today. During the visit, President activated photoactivatable-GFP-tubulin on the mitotic spindle in this cell.
At the 100th anniversary of humanitarian activities done by friar Didak Buntić, Prof Iva Tolić received Didak Award for science.
The Annual Science Award of the Republic of Croatia is granted to Prof Nenad Pavin and Prof Iva Tolić by the Croatian Parliament. Congrats! Read more here.
Bruno Polak will present a poster entitled “PRC1-labeled overlap microtubule bundles are associated with kinetochores in metaphase and contribute to their segregation in anaphase” at the ASCB 2016 Meeting in San Francisco, California.