TheoSysBio group member Paul Kirk visited Wimbledon College today, to give a talk to the winners of the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition’s “Ask a Scientist” competition. You can check out their winning question (and our answer) by visiting the Royal Society’s website or by downloading the R.Science podcast through iTunes. Paul faced quite a grilling from the Wimbledon College scientists, but had a great time, and really enjoyed meeting the students and staff.
We are currently presenting the work developped in the group at the Summer Science Exhibition organised by the Royal Society until Sunday July 7th 2013.
Our exhibit is called Clever microbes. In addition to information related to the exhibit you will find on our website our online game.
It will allow you to make your own clever microbes and test how long they will survive in the Bacterial Zoo.
Hope to see you there!
Maxime Huvet starts his Imperial College Junior Research Fellowship. Congratulations on getting this prestigious fellowship!
Nathan Harmston passes his PhD viva as the 10th student from the Theoretical Systems Biology Group. Congratulations and well done, Nathan!
Mathematical modeling reveals the functional implications of the different nuclear shuttling rates of Erk1 and Erk2 is out in Physical Biology: three publications out in one week.