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World Emoji Day

World Emoji Day

On Tuesday 17th July, the Department celebrated World Emoji Day with a science communication competition!

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Qkine and Antiverse amongst winners in Accelerate@Babraham competition

Qkine and Antiverse amongst winners in Accelerate@Babraham competition

Qkine and Antiverse have been announced as some of the winners in the Accelerate@Babraham 2018 competition.

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A community approach for new experimental model systems

A community approach for new experimental model systems

Dr Ross Waller, and collaborators from across the globe, have published a new paper in PLoS Biology describing a new community-based approach for developing model marine protists.

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LGBTQ+ STEM Day 2018

LGBTQ+ STEM Day 2018

On Thursday 5 July, the Department joined forces with scientific organisations across the globe to celebrate the first international day of LGBTQ+ people in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

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New Centre of Excellence in Dynamic Single-Molecule Analysis for Accelerated Drug Discovery

New Centre of Excellence in Dynamic Single-Molecule Analysis for Accelerated Drug Discovery

LUMICKS collaborates with AstraZeneca and our Department to form the first ever Centre of Excellence for Dynamic Single-Molecule Analysis for Accelerated Drug Discovery and Biology.

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Mismatch recognition by echinomycin may be harnessed for cancer detection

Mismatch recognition by echinomycin may be harnessed for cancer detection

Michael Waring, and collaborators in Taiwan, have published a new paper in the journal Nucleic Acids Research on the recognition of T:T mismatches by echinomycin.

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p53 impairs CRISPR/Cas9 in healthy cells

p53 impairs CRISPR/Cas9 in healthy cells

The Taipale Group, and their collaborators, have published a new paper in Nature Medicine that may improve the efficiency of CRISPR in non-tumorigenic cells.

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Jo Rees receives Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Jo Rees receives Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Dr Jo Rees has completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (PGCTLHE) at the University of Cambridge.

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