This week’s edition of Science magazine features an article on which Kaavya Krishna Kumar – PhD student with Dave Gell when he was here in our unit – is first-equal author. The paper describes the cryoEM structure of the glucagon receptor bound to a glucagon-like ligand and helps understand the mechanism by which the binding […]
Our lab manager, Angela Nikolic, learned of a competition hosted by In Vitro Technologies on “who has the oldest shaking incubator” in all of Australia and New Zealand. She applied with our Infors Unitron Shaker that dated back to Dec 2000! She has won us a brand new Infors Celltron Shaker! Well done Angela!
Always a big milestone in the PhD journey, Jessica Zhong has clicked the upload button (which isn’t quite the same as the old days with the endless photocopying and page juggling, but still…) and submitted her thesis (and now is an expert on definite articles), which was focused on the biochemical analysis of CHD4 – […]