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Croonian Prize Lecture: 'Structure and the living cell'
<showhide> Wednesday 4th October at 6.30pm, The Royal Society  __HIDER__ <hide> Although the life we see around us is very diverse, it is remarkably similar at the level of molecules. A major goal in life sciences is to understand the structure and dynamics of molecular machines in a cell, the smallest unit of life. To do this, we need to have sophisticated tools to 'see' molecules on a nanometre scale, much smaller than is possible with the naked eye.
Professor Iain Campbell FRS is Professor of Structural Biology at the University of Oxford . In this lecture he will discuss methods of studying the structure of molecules and cells and how they have advanced in the 350 years since early microscopes gave the first glimpse of single cells. He will show how modern methods are giving us unprecedented views of the wonderful, complex world of the living cell.
The Croonian Prize Lecture is the Royal Society's premier lecture in the biological sciences
URGENT-T-shirt(25 Sept 2006)
Intresting sequencing results, J37034 is actually registry aiiA not Fray's aiiA. so there is aiiA in the registry. See mini Report ('23 Sept 2006)
Bad sequencing results, J37034 is not right See Report ('23 Sept 2006)
Teaching-Lab cleared (15 Sept 2006)
aiiA part found to be faulty (8 Sept 2006)
Here you can view our top models - featuring world-renowned LV (Lotka-Volterra not Louis Vuitton) Design
These are the results of creative moments - the detailed design of the oscillator
The details of implementation - the parts for final assembly, parts for testing and creation of new parts
Just in case we finish our project early, we have a lot more things to work on, stage 2 and future developments...
Info on the Primers
How to do the least square curve fit on Matlab
Find out more about our hectic work schedule and plans for the future
Working in the Wetlab - all about our trials, successes and... failures
Info about our current lab status
Documents outlining how we intend to test our constructs can be found here
List of our protocols
Page containing all of the ligation details
We have data...lots and lots of data...
<showhide> The Undergrads __HIDER__ <hide>
</hide></showhide> <showhide> Do you want to get to know the celebrities working on this project? Click the link above to learn more about all the members of I.CoLi 2006 (Imperial College London iGEM 2006)
The Advisors__HIDER__ <hide>
</hide></showhide> Even more celebrities are involved in this exciting project. Find out more with the link above
<showhide> People John is harrassing for aiiA__HIDER__ <hide>
<showhide> Acknowledgements__HIDER__ <hide> Throughout the project, many people have helped us in various ways - we are very thankful for all their precious time & efforts spent to support iGEM at Imperial ! Special thanks to everyone on the Acknowledgements Page. </hide></showhide>
A summary of our highs and lows ... the brainstorming sessions and their outcomes
Celebrity Quotes and more...
Featuring only the latest fashion and celebrities around Imperial College
Initial proposals for our logo