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It’s now been two weeks since I attended the Royal Society’s Research Culture - Changing Expectations meeting and …

Earlier this week (29-30th October 2018) I attended a meeting at the Royal Society (London) with an aim of considering the UK …

2018 has been a busy year so far (and I expect it will stay that way) but I’ve finally made time to write another blog post (and also …

Presentations

Although fluorescence microscopy has opened up new avenues for developmental imaging, the heart remains a particularly challenging …

Two major challenges in imaging the living, beating heart are the contrasting problems of high-frequency heart beating and …

It has long been argued by poets, ancient Egyptians and cardiologists that the heart is the most important organ. They’re …

Training Courses

There’s no escaping it - computing is becoming an essential part of the scientist toolkit. From coping with the data deluge by …

There’s no escaping it - computing is becoming an essential part of the scientist toolkit. From coping with the data deluge by …

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