How do self-tanning agents work? A combination of Chemistry and Biology define what works best. Understanding the process has large commercial potential. This review covers all aspects of the self-tan reaction…from bench to salon!
Editing for impact #5 – Is it time to stop using “A study by Author et al.,…”?
Does it matter who wrote the work that you are citing? Usually it isn’t as important about what that study found. So… should you ever say “A study by author et al.,”?
They grow up so fast – Liam’s concluding remarks
Liam Shaw submitted his thesis this week. A momentous day on the PhD journey. I really liked his poetic conclusion, and share it here for your enjoyment!
Postdoctoral position available – RNA therapeutics
Applicants accepted now for a postdoctoral position developing a new therapy for aniridia.
New Paper Published – LaNt a31 in breast cancer
Big new paper out now! “Laminin N-terminus α31 is upregulated in invasive ductal breast cancer and changes the mode of tumour invasion.”
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Rare Disease Awareness Day 2022 – highlighting Aniridia
28th February is “Rare Disease Awareness Day”, shining a light on the 300 million people living with rare diseases. Here I shine a light on aniridia and our work toward a cure.
Inaugural Minigolf champion crowned
Team building or healthy competition? Competition site was Junkyard golf and we had a great time.
New Paper Published – LM511-E8 treatment of burn wounds
New paper by Jiraroch Meevassana on using a laminin fragment to improve burn wound repair
They grow up so fast – revisted- John Knox graduation
John “John” Knox graduated this week. Here is the happy fellow sporting his fancy gown. The graduation ceremony marks the…
New paper published – Update on suture techniques in corneal transplantation (systematic review)
New paper comparing suture techniques for corneal transplant