LEGO-powered cutting-edge microscopy
You might expect to find LEGO scattered all over a child’s bedroom floor. Instead, researchers have used it to create a low-cost, automated method for fluorescence microscopy.
Hamish Crerar on his recent publication in Neuron
Prior to completing an undergraduate degree in Molecular Genetics at the University of Edinburgh, Hamish Crerar had always been interested in Biology. After working in a research laboratory, first as a student and then as a research assistant, he decided that a future as a scientist was for him.
Maria Duda and Natalie Kirkland on their recent publication in Developmental Cell
Maria Duda and Natalie Kirkland of the Mao Lab tell us about their recent publication in Developmental Cell, where they revealed a role for Myosin II in preserving the shape of tissues under mechanical stress.
A new AI toolkit to define host-pathogen interactions
A new publication in eLife for the Mercer Lab in collaboration with the Frickel Lab at The Francis Crick Institute deploys HRMAn, an Artificial Intelligence driven pipeline for detection and analysis of host-pathogen interactions.
Alex Agrotis on his recent publication examining ATG4 isoform redundancy in autophagy
NanoJ: A unique and comprehensive open-source toolkit for super-resolution microscopy.
Uncovering a role for Myosin II in maintenance of tissue integrity
Examining ATG4 isoform redundancy in mammalian autophagy