Previous Seminars: 2014

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Date Speaker(s) Organisation Topic
Previous Seminars 2014

16 Dec 2014

Professor Peter G Stockley

University of Leeds


13 Nov 2014

Justin Molloy

MRC National Institute for Medical Research

Using springs, magnets and laser beams to study single, biological macromolecules

09 Oct 2014

Andy Pitsillides

Royal Veterinary College

Mechanobiology at the bone-joint interface: stopping the osteoarthritis flood

11 Sep 2014

Prof Colin Kleanthous

Dept of BioChemistry, University of Oxford

The Gram-negative cell envelope as seen by protein antibiotics

14 Aug 2014

Prof William C. Earnshaw

Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology - University of Edinburgh

From cold white hands to the mitotic chromosome periphery

10 Jul 2014

Brian Bay

School of Mechanical, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
Oregon State University, Corvallis

Needles in Haystacks: Using Digital Volume Correlation with Diverse Material Microarchitectures and Tailored Experimental Goals

12 Jun 2014

Prof Jim Naismith

School of Chemistry - University of St Andrews

A molecular model for tension sensing

08 May 2014

Prof Neil Bourne

University of Manchester - Director, Centre for Materials under extreme pressure

Extinction: Impact physics and life on Earth

10 Apr 2014




20 Mar 2014

Dr. Stefano Angioletti-Uberti

Research Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Department of Physics
Humboldt Universitaet zu Berlin

Understanding biological adhesion via simulation of simple analogue system

13 Feb 2014

Prof Dean Jackson

University of Manchester

Linking chromosome structure to the organisation of S phase in human cells

09 Jan 2014

Dr Timothy D Craggs

Department of Physics - University of Oxford

Single-molecule FRET for dynamic structural biology: Structure and mechanism in DNA-protein complexes