Yesterday MRes students Liam and Conro attended “Scaling, the cytoskeleton and mechanobiology” at the University of Durham. Courtesy of help with printing from Prof Roy Quinlan, Conro was able to present his recent MRes project data about using a minigene construct to study splicing regulation in LAMA3.
I was on holiday so unable to attend so asked the guys to take pictures. In response I not only received the obligatory “proud student presenting his work” image but also some token tourist shots of Durham and slides from the talks.
Looks like an interesting meeting and sad to have missed it!
Also, according to Conro, “hagfish are cool”