We met up earlier in Aberdeen to discuss 'delivering research to society', the focus of the EASTBIO Annual Symposium (11-12 June 2017). How apt then to receive fresh news about our very own David Walker and his latest impact podcast!
Hamish Todd, second-year EASTBIO student, presents Virus, the Beauty of the Beast - an interactive documentary on Friday, 30 June 2017 at The Banshee Labyrinth, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Viruses, in spite of the pain they cause us, are some of the most beautiful creatures in the world, covered in varied and intricate patterns - the patterns on Zika virus actually have connections to medieval Islamic art.
The British Society of Neuroendocrinology held its annual conference this year in Glasgow on the 28th-30th August. The conference began with an ESR training workshop covering the latest scientific techniques, science communication and publishing strategies. This was followed by a series of talks and poster presentations from students and scientists from around the world showcasing the latest pioneer
Registration is now open for the EASTBIO Induction Day 2016 (Dundee, 6 October 2016, 10:00-17:00), welcoming all new EASTBIO PhD students and their supervisors.
Induction will be followed by a day of training - for first-year students only - on 'Statistics and Experimental Design', 7 October 2016, 9:00-13:00.
A long series of thanks is due to a whole lot of people this year.