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Science in Covid Time

Don’t forget where we were This blog is back. I cannot remember a time when Science had been so much and for so long in the news. It makes the headlines daily, journalists scramble to get the views of scientists, governments look for the opinions and advice of scientists and this at an international level. The media explains how scientists work and the world discovers that we are no different from other people, that we argue and doubt, that Science is not (only) about truth but more, as has been said, about managing uncertainty. How much can a little creature […]

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November News

The summer was a time for visitors in the lab. This year we had what has now become a usual crop of sixth form students which helped us with the analysis of the movies. This was part of a scheme, funded by the Nuffield Foundation, which enables young students with an interest in Science to do some lab work. We are always pleased to engage with these young people and this year was not an exception. In the same spirit, we enjoyed the visit of Peter Baillie Johnson , an undergraduate from Cambridge who is now taking part II Genetics. […]

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New website

Welcome to our new website. It was about time that we changed it! The lab –and the times_ have changed since we set it last and we felt we needed to reflect this. Most significant has been the development of our interest in the analysis of processes live. This is why in addition to the traditional sections of Research, People, Publications and News, we invite you to explore our section of movies, where you will find some of the images and films of what is going on in the lab. We also have a blog where members of the lab […]

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