BPS Lecture Videos

 2018 BPS Lecturer
Jennifer A. Doudna, University of California, Berkeley, HHMI

CRISPR Systems: Biology and Application of Gene Editing


2017 National Lecturer
Eric Betzig
, HHMI, 2014 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry

Imaging Cellular Structure and Dynamics from Molecules to Organisms




2016 National Lecturer
David Shaw, D.E. Shaw Research

Molecular Movies: Feature-Length Simulations of Protein Dynamics



2015 National Lecturer
Klaus Schulten, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Discoveries in Biophysics Through the Computational Microscope




2014 National Lecturer
Carlos Bustamante, University of California, Berkeley

A Journey Through Cellular Processes: One Molecule at a Time




2013 National Lecturer
Karolin Luger, Colorado State University

The Making and Breaking of Nucleosomes



2012 National Lecturer
Steven M. Block, Stanford University

Shedding Light on Single Molecules




2011 National Lecturer
Arthur L. Horwich, Yale University

Chaperonin-Mediated Protein Folding 



2010 National Lecturer
Roger Tsien, University of California, San Diego
Breeding and Building Molecules to Spy on Cells in Health and Disease

2009 National Lecturer
Dorothee Kern, Brandeis University
Proteins in Action: Dynamics during Catalysis and Signaling
  2008 National Lecturer
Roger Kornberg, Stanford University School of Medicine
The Molecular Basis of Eukaryotic Transcription
2007 National Lecturer
Chikashi Toyoshima, University of Tokyo, Japan
Ion Pumping Ca-ATPase of the Sarcoplasmic Reticulum: A Structural View
2006 National Lecturer
Kazuhiko Kinosita, Jr., Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
Probing Nature's Nanoscale Machines with Microscale Probes
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2005 National Lecturer
Joachim Frank, Columbia University, HHMI
Cryo-Electron Microscopy of the Ribosome: Glimpses of a Molecular Machine in Motion
2004 National Lecturer
Roderick MacKinnon, Rockefeller University, HHMI
Atomic Basis of Ion Channel Function
2003 National Lecturer
Janet Thornton, European Bioinformatics Institute, Cambridge, United Kingdom
From Protein Structure to Biological Function and Evolution