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Fred H. Wilt

Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology


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Email: w***@***.edu

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2736 Bancroft Way

Berkeley, California 94704

United States

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The Berkeley Historical Society, founded in the summer of 1978 from the ad-hoc Berkeley Centennial Celebration Committee, is a non-profit, all volunteer group dedicated to researching, preserving and sharing Berkeley's history. Through exhibits, lectures, ... more

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University California, Berkeley


Scientific Advisory Board Member
ICCBMT Scientific

Advisory Board Member

Board of Trustees Member
Gordon Research Conferences incorporated



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ICCBMT 2010 - Scottsdale Arizona, USA [cached]

Fred Wilt University of California, Berkeley

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Fred H. Wilt, Ph.D., Advisor in Animal Cell Biology, UC Berkeley.

Gordon Research Conferences - 2010 Program (Biomineralization) [cached]

Fred Wilt (UC Berkeley)

Ask a Scientist Lecture Series | San Francisco Science Cafe | Past Events [cached]

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Speaker:Fred Wilt; Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley
Location:Axis Cafe, 1201 8th Street (btw. 16th & Irwin) San Francisco. Click here for map and directions.

Principles of Developmental Biology : W. W. Norton College Books [cached]

Fred Wilt, University of California at Berkeley

Fred Wilt and Sarah Hake's Principles of Developmental Biology is a modern new text for the undergraduate course in developmental biology, informed by the molecular and cell biology revolutions that have changed the field over the last fifteen years.

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