Adam Noel speaks to WISB on 04/04/18

WISB are delighted to announce that Adam Noel, from the School of Engineering here at the University of Warwick, will be delivering a Seminar Series lecture from 1-2pm on Wednesday 4 April 2018. Full details of his talk are included below. If you are interested in attending, please contact wisb@warwick.ac.uk for room details. Talk title: … Continue reading Adam Noel speaks to WISB on 04/04/18

Francisco J. Navarro speaks to WISB on 21/03/18

WISB are delighted to announce that Francisco J. Navarro, from the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Cambridge, will be delivering a Seminar Series lecture at 1pm on Wednesday 21 March 2018. Full details of his talk are included below. If you are interested in attending, please contact wisb@warwick.ac.uk for room details. Talk … Continue reading Francisco J. Navarro speaks to WISB on 21/03/18

Simon Moore on 22/02/18: Cell-Free – Transcription, Translation and Biosynthesis

Dr Simon Moore will speak to WISB, and the wider Life Sciences community, on Thursday 22nd February about his research on cell-free-transcription, translation and biosynthesis. Simon is a Faculty Research Fellow in Paul Freemont’s group at Imperial College London. An abstract of his talk is included below. More information on Simon’s research an be found on … Continue reading Simon Moore on 22/02/18: Cell-Free – Transcription, Translation and Biosynthesis

Georg Fritz on 28/02/18: Engineering orthogonal synthetic timer circuits in bacteria

Dr Georg Fritz (SYNMIKRO, University of Marburg, Germany) will be speaking at the WISB Seminar Series on Wednesday 28th February from 12-1pm in the School of Life Sciences. If you would like to attend, please contact wisb@warwick.ac.uk for location details. An abstract of Georg’s talk is as follows: The rational design of synthetic circuits is often … Continue reading Georg Fritz on 28/02/18: Engineering orthogonal synthetic timer circuits in bacteria

“Shared resources by the numbers” from Andras Gyorgy (23 November)

WISB is delighted to announce that Andras Gyrogy, Assistant Professor at NYU Abu Dhabi, will be coming to deliver a talk on Thursday 23rd November. Andras is part of the NetBio Group. Please email wisb@warwick.ac.uk if you would like to attend. Talk abstract Without accounting for the limited availability of shared cellular resources, the standard model … Continue reading “Shared resources by the numbers” from Andras Gyorgy (23 November)

Reduced models of circadian clocks: Dr Ozgur Akman (8 November)

Dr Ozgur Akman is a Senior Lecturer in the Mathematics department at the University of Exeter, and will be visiting WISB as part of our seminar series on Wednesday 8th November. Ozgur will speak about his research which could lead to the reverse-engineering of large-scale biochemical networks. If you would like to attend, please email wisb@warwick.ac.uk. … Continue reading Reduced models of circadian clocks: Dr Ozgur Akman (8 November)

Prof Barbara Ann Halkier: Pathway and transport engineering

Visiting WISB from the DynaMo Center in the Department for Plant and Environmental Sciences at the University of Copenhagen on Wednesday 1st November, Prof Barbara Ann Halkier will be speaking about pathway and transport engineering when using glucosinolates as case study. If you are interested in attending Barbara’s talk, please email wisb@warwick.ac.uk. Abstract of Barbara’s talk: … Continue reading Prof Barbara Ann Halkier: Pathway and transport engineering

Dr Ross Anderson at next seminar series

Visiting WISB from the University of Bristol, Dr Ross Anderson will be speaking on Wednesday 11th October at 1pm (MRI room) about the design of new proteins and enzymes and how this remains one of the great challenges in biochemistry. Ross will explain how our fundamental understanding of both the nature of protein as a … Continue reading Dr Ross Anderson at next seminar series

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