CoB BioLight Seminars
25th October 2022. Dr Izzy Jayasinghe, School of Biosciences, University of Sheffield. Molecular-scale optical imaging tools for decoding the structural basis of cellular signalling. Venue: 1 pm MS Teams https://musclesuperres.wordpress.com/
21st September 2022.Dr Hasan Yardimci, The Francis Crick Institute, Visualizing chromatin replication one molecule at a time. https://www.crick.ac.uk/research/labs/hasan-yardimci
27th June 2022. Dr. Matthew Horrocks. Univeristy of Edinburgh. Title: One molecule at a time – visualizing protein aggregates using super-resolution microscopy. Physics Lecture Theatre A at 1 pm.
4th May 2022. Dr Hasan Yardimci. The Francis Crick Institute, London, Visualizing chromatin replication one molecule at a time. https://www.crick.ac.uk/research/labs/hasan-yardimci (postponed to September 2022)
28th April 2021. Prof. Fernando Moreno-Herrero. Centro Nacional de Biotechnologia, CSIC, Spain. 13 pm. MS- Teams. Title to follow.
3rd February 2021. Digital Health Science Seminars. Speakers: Dr. Andrew Blaikie (School of Medicine), Dr. Marcel Schubert (School of Physics and Astronomy) and Dr. Caroline Murawski (School of Physics and Astronomy and School of Psychology and Neuroscience). 12-14 pm. MS- Teams
26th November 2020. Prof. Jochen Guck. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light. Erlangen. Feeling for cell function with light. https://mpl.mpg.de/
28th October 2020. Dr Alice L. B. Pyne. University of Sheffield. Base-pair resolution analysis of the effect of supercoiling on DNA structure and flexibility. https://pyne-lab.uk/
1st July 2020. Dr Emma Verver LUMICKS. From single-molecules to cells. LUMICKS. https://lumicks.com/