Please note this is only a partial listing, created after the events.
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Billiard Balls to Biology - Can you Count on Computers?19 October 2003, Mike Allen (CSC/Physics)
Remarkable DNA Structural Effects Induced by Cylinders that Grab the Major Groove5 November 2003, Mike Hannon (Chemistry)
Describing fluid membranes theoretically11 November 2003, Matthew Turner (Physcis)
How the Immune System tells Friend from Foe19 November 2003, Hugo van den Berg (Maths)
Cell entry and mode of action of Shiga toxin and ricin26 November 2003, Daniel Smith (Biology)
Orientation of the unknown - IR spectroscopy and modelling of transmembrane helices3 December 2003, Andreas Kukol
Atomistic Simulations of Biomacromolecules14 January 2004, Mark Rodger (Chemistry)
c-Myc friend or friendly fire: regulating growth and regeneration in pancreatic islets21 January 2004, Mike Khan
The "war" between a plant and a pathogen fuels an "arms race"28 January 2004, Jim Beynon (HRI)
Two-Component System Signalling Networks in Myxobacteria: Social Development and Predatory Swarming4 February 2004, David Whitworth (Biology)
Multiple Catalytic Function in the Alpha/Beta Hydrolase Family of Enzymes11 February 2004, Tim Bugg (Chemistry)
3D structure of auxilin bound to clathrin cages determined by cryo-electron mircoscopy and single particle analysis18 February 2004, Corinne Smith (Biology)
Networks emerging from stochastic perturbations of classical systems; a brief introduction to Wentzell and Freidlin's theory25 February 2004, Luca Sbano (Maths)
Binding Plant Hormones3 March 2004, Richard Napier (HRI)
Biological applications of electro-chemical scanned probe techniques10 March 2004, Julie MacPherson (Chemistry)
How many shapes can a protein remember (in lattice models)?5 May 2004, Robin Ball (Physics)
Correlating Interfacial Properties with Cell Physiology - Applications in Medicine and Ecology12 May 2004, Anna Whitworth (Chemistry)
MOAC students into the real research world26 May 2004
Short (2 minute) presentations from the MOAC MSc students at the end of their first research mini-projects.
Molecular Modelling of Biomacromolecules2 June 2004, Syma Khalid (Oxford)
In vivo Tat-mediated import into plant cells9 June 2004, Alessandra Di Cola (Biology)
Big Magnets and Metals: NMR and Mass Spectroscopy of Cu- and Zn- Binding Proteins16 June 2004, Claudia Blindauer (Chemistry)