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ChemChaste Tool available online (March 2022)

Visit our GithubLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window page or ZenodoLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window to access the ChemChaste code, a computational tool for the spatial simulation of multicellular and bulk biochemistry

Happy New Year with publication success! (January 2022)

Congratulations to Clare on her first author paper 'Multi-site enzymes as a mechanism for bistability in reaction networks' In print @ ACS Synthetic Biology

Pre-print success (October 2021)

'Thioflavin T indicates membrane potential in mammalian cells and can affect it in a blue light dependent manner' by Emily Skates, Hadrien Delattre, Zoe Schofield, Munehiro Asally, Orkun S. Soyer. bioRxiv linkLink opens in a new window

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'ChemChaste: Simulating spatially inhomogenous biochemical reaction-diffusion systems for modelling cell-environment feedbacks' by Connah G. M. Johnson, Alexander G. Fletcher, Orkun S. Soyer. bioRxiv linkLink opens in a new window

Book Chapter published (August 2021)

'An Evolutionary Systems Biology View on Metabolic System Structure and Dynamics' by Johnson C., Delattre H., Hayes C., Soyer O.S. In: Crombach A. (eds) Evolutionary Systems Biology. LinkLink opens in a new window

New Publication (July 2021)

'STRONG: metagenomics strain resolution on assembly graphs' by Quince, C., Nurk, S., Raguideau, S. Soyer OS et al. Genome Biol 22, 214. LinkLink opens in a new window

Pre-Print news (July 2021)

'Novel microbial syntrophies identified by longitudinal metagenomics' by Sebastien Raguideau, Anna Trego, Fred Farrell, Gavin Collins, Christopher Quince, Orkun S Soyer. bioRxiv linkLink opens in a new window

OSS Lab Pre-Print (May 2021)

'Multi-site enzymes as a mechanism for bistability in reaction networks' by Clarmyra Hayes, Elisenda Feliu, Orkun S Soyer. bioRxiv linkLink opens in a new window

Poster Prize (April 2021)

Congratulations to Connah from OSSLab for winning a poster prize at BMC-BAMC 2021Link opens in a new window for his work on upgrading CHASTE for simulations of reaction diffusion systems with cells.

New publication (Nov 2020)

'Scanning ion conductance microscopy reveals differences in the ionic environments of gram positive and negative bacteria' by Kelsey Cremin, Orkun Soyer et al., Anal. ChemLink opens in a new window

New Publication (Nov 2020)

Hadrien Delattre, Kalesh Sasidharan, Orkun Soyer. 'Inhibiting the reproduction of COVID-19-causing SARS-CoV-2 through perturbations in human cell metabolic network'. Life Science Alliance 4(1):Link opens in a new window Published online November 24 2020.

Cancer Research during Lockdown (June 2020)

Featuring our very own Zoe Schofield, see what CRUK scientists have been doing to continue their research during Covid-19 lockdown: Video Link Link opens in a new window


New Publication on bio-electricity (May 2020)

'Bioelectrical understanding and engineering of cell biology' by Zoe Schofield et al., and Orkun Soyer (2020). J. R. Soc Interface 17:20200013Link opens in a new window.


AUTHOREA Pre-Print (May 2020)

Hadrien Delattre, Kalesh Sasidharan, Orkun Soyer. 'Inhibiting the reproduction of COVID-19-causing SARS-CoV-2 through perturbations in human cell metabolic network'. Authorea: May 12, 2020.


April 2020: Paper accepted for publication in J. R. Soc. Interface

'Thermodynamic modelling of synthetic communities predicts minimum free energy requirements for sulfate reduction and methanogenesis' by Hadrien Delattre, Jing Chen, Matthew Wade and Orkun S Soyer.


March 2020: Gorden and Betty Moore Foundation Funding Success

Soyer has been awarded a grant to work as part of a cohort of 15 researchers on the Symbiosis in Aquatic Systems InitiativeLink opens in a new window, which seeks to advance the understanding of aquatic symbioses that include microbial partners. PDRA researchers sought, see open positionsLink opens in a new window for details.


Feb 2020: BEE 2020 open for registrations

Our 3rd workshop on Bioelectricity will take place here at Warwick, 27-28 April 2020. Follow this linkLink opens in a new window for more details.


January 2020: Top editor pick for ISME Journal

Soyer led community paper on microbial communities makes it to Top Editor Picks for 2016-17 at ISME Journal

Link: https://www.nature.com/collections/mwswgclqbdLink opens in a new window


December 2019: BEE 2020 'Academic and Industrial Opportunities in BEE'

Our 3rd workshop on Bioelectricity will take place here at Warwick, 27-28 April 2020. Follow this linkLink opens in a new window for more details.


November 2019: New preprint for the Lab

'Thermodynamic modelling of synthetic communities predicts minimum free energy requirements for sulfate reduction and methanogenesis'

Hadrien Delattre, Jing Chen, Matthew Wade and Orkun S Soyer. LinkLink opens in a new window

July 2019: NSF-BBSRC grant success

Soyer gets a new long-term grant to study emergence and evolution of microbial interactions. Funded jointly by NSF and BBSRC, this grant initiates a transatlantic collaboration between the research groups of Soyer and Wenying ShouLink opens in a new window at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Centre in Seattle, Washington.


June 2019: 2nd BEE meeting

The 2nd of our annual workshops on bioelectricity was a success. Organised by the BioElectrical Engineering Hub, here at Warwick, this workshop focussed on 'electrical cell biology' and has brought together experts from within UK and internationally. Slides from talks are accessible on the BEE HubLink opens in a new window.


Jan 2019: Jing wins best poster prize at the AD colloquia

Jing's poster on 'co-existence of sulphate reducers and methanogens under sulphate perturbation' wins best poster prize at the final research colloquium of the AD network. Details and pictures are at; AD NetworkLink opens in a new window


Nov 2018: Andrea successfully defends her thesis!

Well done Andrea. We wish Andrea all the best in her new role as a bioinformatician at a startup company.


Sept 2018: MicrobeMeter sails out!

MicrobeMeter makes high resolution growth data measurement easy. It now sails off under a new spin-out company Humane TechnologiesLink opens in a new window, led by Kalesh. The early version of the device is described in a preprint Link opens in a new window.