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Recent Developments in the Patho-Physiological Molecular Clocks Lab

A Plea For Later School Start Times

At the graduation ceremony of the Lessing Gymnasium Uelzen, Germany, Robert argued for later school start times for teenagers, which was unfortunately overlooked by the local newspaper when covering the event.

Tue 02 Jul 2019, 22:41 | Tags: Outreach, Talks, 2019

Warwick URSS and Warwick QBP students join the lab for the summer

A very warm welcome to Warwick undergraduate students Inbar and Rachael who managed to secure funding from the URSS and QBP summer schools, respectively, to the lab for their summer projects on circadian clocks.

Tue 02 Jul 2019, 17:08 | Tags: Student, 2019

New Imaging Equipment

Thanks to the crucial contribution of donations to the Warwick Cancer Centre, we now have been able to acquire a PhotonImager Optima for imaging at Warwick! Exquisite bioluminescence and fluorescence imaging is supported.

Optima

Tue 02 Jul 2019, 17:00 | Tags: News, 2019

Denise Vlachou's TimeTeller is out!

If you want to know what circadian phase a tissue has, but your patient is only willing to get biopsied once and not 6 times in 24 hours: Use TimeTeller

Fri 03 May 2019, 16:16 | Tags: Publication, Circadian, 2019

SLS Graduate Symposium with Poster Presentation by Lauren

Great poster presentation by Lauren at the Annual SLS Graduate Student Symposium 2019.

SLS Graduate Symposium Lauren

Thu 28 Mar 2019, 10:52 | Tags: Circadian, Student, 2019

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