Establishment of a new GW4 EM facility 17 October 2016
  • Establishment of a new GW4 EM facility 17 October 2016
  • Outreach afternoon at Priestley School, Wiltshire 12 October 2016
  • The Dynamic Cell - Einstein's Garden 4 October 2016 Each year, the Green Man festival welcomes festival goers to Einstein’s Garden, where they can experience installations and exhibits inspired by science and nature. This year, in partnership with Einstein’s Garden and in collaboration with Emma Powell, puppet maker, a team from Biochemistry and BrisSynBio created the exhibit ‘Dynamic Cell’.
  • Biochemistry away day 2016 27 September 2016 Robots, submarines, virtual reality DNA and curly arrows… these were just some of the topics covered at the University of Bristol’s Biochemistry away day on 6th September 2016, which saw the whole School coming together to share ideas, games and some much appreciated sunshine.
  • Unravelling the biology of parkinsonism 22 August 2016 Scientists have taken another step towards understanding the causes of parkinsonism by identifying what's happening at a cellular level to potentially help develop future treatments.
  • Congratulations to Biochemistry students on their exam results 19 August 2016 The School is delighted to congratulate its undergraduate students from all years on an excellent set of examination results, perpetuating the strength and reputation of the Bristol Biochemistry degree programmes.
  • Soapbox Science in Bristol 18 August 2016 Soapbox Science is a public outreach initiative aimed at promoting female scientists and the varied and fascinating research they do. Events take place in cities across the country, and this year the Bristol event covered everything from ‘Is stress killing your brain cells?’ to ‘The Magic of Mushrooms: could mushrooms be the solution to antibiotic resistance?’ to ‘Designing vaccine delivery systems using synthetic biology.’
  • Biochemistry undergraduate contributes to a paper on mitochondrial genetics 22 July 2016 The Szczelkun and Savery labs have published a new paper, 'Length heterogeneity at conserved sequence block 2 in human mitochondrial DNA acts as a rheostat for RNA polymerase POLRMT activity', in the journal Nucleic Acids Research.
  • Anthony Russell Clarke, 1959-2016 20 July 2016
  • Outreach Day at Fynamore School, Calne, Wiltshire 24 June 2016
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