The activities of the lab largely have involved (1)
studies of structure, function, and processing of stable RNAs; and (2) the development and application of molecular methods to the study of microbial ecosystems.
Figures at left show The B-type of the RNaseP ribozyme and the three-domain tree of life.
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Thank you for joining us in celebrating 25 years of microbial diversity, 40 years of RNA research and 65 years of Norm Pace! It was great to see everyone here to celebrate Norm's amazing accomplishments! Click this link to see photos from the symposium and watch Norm's keynote address.
The Pace lab is located in the department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB) in the Gold Biosciences Building on the CU flagship campus in Boulder, CO. CU-Boulder is home to 11 Nobel Laureates, 9 MacArthur Fellows (including Dr. Pace!), 33 members of the National Academies, and nearly 30,000 students.
Our lab is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder is a great city for academics with the University of Colorado, NCAR, NOAA, NIST, and a strong biotechnology industry. It is also a great place to live because of the fabulous weather, outdoor activities galore, a lively music scene and nightlife, and good dining.