Still on throwbacks as I don’t want spoilers… see last week and the rest here
Surely Lee is fully grown? Well yes, but that doesn’t mean he gets to escape the obligatory proud PI post. Today was the North West Cancer Research annual symposium in Liverpool and Lee was presenting a little bit of his NWCR funded research. His presentation involved a poster and a 1 min teaser talk. Rather…
Still continuing with the #gameoflaminins throwbacks! This is #7. Did you miss any? last week is available here
GOL continues with throwbacks. This one felt appropriate as Olivia has just returned to the lab and we met to plan her project. Missed previous GOLs? No worries, here you go
Game of laminins #6, and we’re getting into the serious stuff. Confused? It might help if you know a bit about laminins (here’s a friendly intro). Can’t be bothered with that? Try GOL #5
Seems like a fair comeback. This is part of our GOL throwback series, reach #4 here and check back soon for #5
Getting excited for the start of the new season? Well you might like the rest of the GOL throwback series. This is #4, check out #3 here More very soon!
Today Meng-Chen Tsai presented the work from his Masters in Research project in our lab this semester. Meng’s work has focused on a brand new story in the lab – activation of transcription of different genes using short-activating RNAs. It’s pretty complicate, but in essence we hope to develop a tool (potential therapy) to switch…
This week the British Society of Matrix Biology (BSMB) and Matrix Biology Ireland (MBI) held their spring meeting in Liverpool. There was a solid showing from my team with four posters and a talk covering various aspects of our ongoing work into LaNts and laminins The meeting was excellent. Some really inspirational talks from big…
Game of laminins in honour of the #BSMBLpool and the opening to every #laminin talk / paper / poster!