Fundamental Biological Techniques for Students with Backgrounds in the Physical Sciences
26 Jul, 2017 – 26 Jul, 2017
University of Bath
This student led workshop will provide GW4 postgraduate researchers with the opportunity to learn about key biological techniques that can be applied to their research. We believe this workshop is especially relevant to researchers with backgrounds in the physical or non-biological sciences, who are now working in an interdisciplinary area involving the biological sciences. Half of the day will be focussed on proteins, covering their production, purification, handling and analysis by Mass Spectrometry. The other half will focus on a practical look at basic microbiological techniques and cell culture. A dinner and poster session (all attendees are invited to present) will then be held, and the event will be capped off with a plenary lecture by Prof. Christian Soeller (Exeter). This event for GW4 PGRs is free to attend, and a travel bursary, lunch, dinner, and refreshments will all be provided, so please come along.
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This is a GW4 Doctoral Student Training Scheme event and GW4 PGRs are eligible to attend.
Please contact Rory Crean (email@example.com) for further information.