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Paddy Sudhakar tells us why public engagement is important after his recent participation in I’m a Scientist, Get Me Out of Here!
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With living systems, it’s all about networks. How are we developing tools to understand life on earth, and sharing them openly with the community?
Agatha Treveil is in the third year of her PhD, which she says is her favourite yet! How did she get into bioinformatics, and where will it take her?
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At EI, our plant biotechnology and scientific experts are leading the way in genome engineering - setting the standards for synthetic biology techniques and methods.
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From falling in love with science, to escaping domestic violence, then the journey to EI via MSN messenger: follow Michelle Grey’s inspiring story.
Genome sequencing has advanced rapidly in the last ten years, and Darren Heavens has been at the heart of it! So, how’s it changed and where’s it going?
Neil Shearer went from a pig farm to potato picking and gravedigging before getting a PhD. It’s not always a straightforward route into science!
From synthetic biology to bioinformatics, what’s in a gene and microRNAs, we’ve covered a lot in the last year. So, what tickled your fancy the most?
Ho-ho-ho! At Earlham Institute we love a polyploid organism. Why stick to sequencing and decoding boring diploids when you have access to some of the biggest supercomputing power for life science research in Europe?