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Department of Biochemistry

 
Lung tumour cells expressing switchable Myc, surrounded by macrophages
Read more at: Third Year Postgraduate Symposium 2016
Department of Biochemistry news archive

Third Year Postgraduate Symposium 2016

The Department of Biochemistry's Third Year Postgraduate Symposium was held on Tuesday 28th June.


Read more at: Dr Paolo Bombelli receives Public Engagement with Research Award
Department of Biochemistry news archive

Dr Paolo Bombelli receives Public Engagement with Research Award

The Inaugural Impact and Public Engagement with Research Awards took place yesterday, recognising staff whose research goes beyond the academic setting.


Read more at: New understanding of plant growth brings promise for tailored plant products for industry uses
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New understanding of plant growth brings promise for tailored plant products for industry uses

In the search for low emission plant-based fuels, new research may help avoid having to choose between growing crops for food or fuel.


Read more at: Dr Konstantin Barylyuk awarded Early Career Fellowship from The Leverhulme Trust
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Dr Konstantin Barylyuk awarded Early Career Fellowship from The Leverhulme Trust

Congratulations to Dr Konstantin Barylyuk who has been awarded an Early Career Fellowship from The Leverhulme Trust.


Read more at: Dr A.H. Heineken Prize for Medicine awarded to Steve Jackson
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Dr A.H. Heineken Prize for Medicine awarded to Steve Jackson

Steve Jackson has won the 2016 Dr A.H. Heineken Prize for Medicine.


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Lung tumour cells (nuclear stain in blue) expressing switchable Myc (RNA in red), surrounded by macrophages (CD206 macrophage membrane marker in green).

Credit: Roderik Kortlever, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge.