This May I am combining two of my favourite things - Science and beer. As part of the massive international Pint of science event, Mark will be talking about 'what lives within', a lively discourse on how many beasties manage to make our bodies their home. Somewhere in Dundee, and with beer - May 22nd. … Continue reading Pint of Science
This is what we get when we don't set rules or enforce them correctly. Personally I find all of this very disingenuous on the part of these companies. Solution is simple of course - no Facebook, Google or others. Despite changing logo. https://www.macrumors.com/2019/01/30/google-exploiting-apple-enterprise-certificate/
Our Euglena work is finally accepted for publication in BMC Biology. This is the end of a very long road - over seven years of effort from many people, and we look forward to seeing this work in print. Stay tuned for some additional papers characterising the proteomes of several organelles. A big thank you … Continue reading Euglena
First, the good news. Excellent progress with our work on boron therapeutics, as well as gearing up for new insights into the lamina of trypanosomes, suramin MoA and several others. Also, Martin Zoltner will be moving to his own lab at BIOCEV in Praha. Congrats on this and we hope to continue to work closely … Continue reading Goodbye to 2018
Finally, a decent pedal board! Latest upgrade here at BRS….
A new software tool, DL, has been released for Mojave users. This small program toggles between dark and light modes of the user interface. Head over to the software page to download. [UPDATE] 03.11.18 A new and free utility, Nightowl, has been released which has greater functionality to DL. DL will contne to be available, … Continue reading New software for Mac users
Pleased to announce that one of our images, originally taken by Cat Gadelha, has been selected to be the T-shirt image for PLoS Genetics for 2019, giving, we hope a boost to recognition of trypanosomes as important model organisms.