Spin your Thesis 2021
Third year Biochemistry student Katie Savva and 3 other students from Cambridge, Nottingham, and Georgia Tech Universities have been accepted onto the European Space Agency’s Spin Your Thesis 2021 campaign, carrying out research into the movement of nutrients into vesicles under hypergravity. The NOAHS ARC team will travel to ESTEC in Noordwijk, Netherlands, in September to use the Large Diameter Centrifuge there. YouTube interview(6 Feb 2021)
You might also like to listen to an interview Katie recently gave about her interest in biochemistry, space and quidditch! YouTube interview (6 Feb 2021)
Women in science, innovate in science
To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science on 11 February 2021, young researchers at Warwick, including Life Sciences PhD student Rosanne Maguire, were asked about their hopes for their research and the importance of equality in their chosen field.Read the article (11 Feb 2021)
Future Leader to Watch – Fabrizio Alberti
Future Leader to Watch is a series of interviews with the first authors of a selection of Reviews published in Biology Open, helping early-career researchers promote themselves alongside their papers. Dr Fabrizio Alberti is first author on ‘Recent developments of tools for genome and metabolome studies in basidiomycete fungi and their application to natural product research’, published in BiO.
Read the interview