BSCB Newsletter, Winter 2011
Hooke Medal Winner 2012 - Holger Gerhardt
The Hooke Medal 2011 Presentation
BSCB Science Writing Prize 2012
BSCB Summer Studentships
RMS Medal for Life Sciences
BSCB Image Competition Winners 2011
The Francis Crick Institute: A new dawn for biomedical
research in London?
Super Resolution Microscopy: are there limits?
Molecular Biology, Genes to Proteins, 4th Edition
Embryonic stem cells as a model system for embryonic development
Stem Cells, Cancer and Metastasis
Keystone symposia: Autophagy
World Immune Regulation Meeting-V
Cold Spring Harbour course on the Cell and Developmental Biology of Xenopus
Sixth International Congress on Electron Tomography
abcam: Chromatin, Replication and Chromosomal Stability
Inaugural Cambridge Stem Cell Symposium: Pluripotency and Development
BSCB Sponsored Meeting: 8th North of England Cell Biology Forum
Jacques Monod Conference on cell division in time and space
BSCB Sponsored Meeting: British Yeast Group 2011 annual meeting
Postdocs forever? How can we mend this broken system?
BSCB PhD students
Three nuggets of wisdom
Being the student rep at the 2011 BSCB:BSDB conference
New PhD rep
BSCB accounts for 2009 [PDF]
You can view the PDF of this newsletter on Issuu.
The cover image is the winning entry in the BSCB 2011 Image
Competition. Matthew Ashenden's image shows the vasculature of the mouse retina
stained for collagen IV. Matthew is a PhD student in the laboratory of Clare
Isacke at the Breakthrough Breast Cancer Centre, Institute of Cancer Research