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  • Author: [Cambridge News]
    Title: The British Scientist, Dr H. C. Watson holds a model of a protein molecule
    Reference [Cambridge News]
    Year: [date unknown]
    Type: Science
    Subject: H. C. Watson lecturing at the Biophysical Society, New York, on proteins
    Keywords: H. C. Watson
    Photographs: H. C. Watson and model of a protein molecule


  • Author: Veitch, Andrew
    Title: Leading brain research centre to close
    Reference The Guardian, [date unknown]
    Year: [c. mid 1980s]
    Type: Funding
    Subject: The MRC plans to close the neurochemical pharmacology unit at Cambridge University Medical School
    Keywords: John Butterfield; Leslie Iverson; Angus Mackay; Neurochemical Pharmacology Unit
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  • Author: Veitch, Andrew
    Title: Job puzzle at doomed brain unit
    Reference The Guardian, [date unknown]
    Year: [c. mid 1980's]
    Type: Funding
    Subject: Staff at the Neurochemical Pharmacology Unit have been told it is to close because a new director has not been found
    Keywords: Piers Emson; Leslie Iversen; Neurochemical Pharmacology Unit
    Photographs:


  • Author: Bobrowska, Anna
    Title: Cell scientist to watch - Madeline Lancaster
    Reference Journal of Cell Science 4 January 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Career Structure
    Subject: Madeline Lancaster, group leader in the LMB’s Cell Biology Division, is interviewed by the Journal of Cell Science and describes her impetus to pursue a career in science, discusses starting her own lab at the LMB and talks about her current research.
    Keywords: Madeline Lancaster; microcephaly; macrocephaly; mutations; in vitro; organoids; brain; 3D; epithelial-derived organs; mesoderm-derived tissues; tissue engineering
    Photographs: Madeline with the lab in the background; Madeline skiing in the U.S.


  • Author: Mukhopadhyay, Rajendrani
    Title: A chain of events: Linear ubiquitin chains, whose very existence once debated, now known to play a critical role in an inflammatory disease, thanks to the discovery of an enzyme
    Reference ASBMB Today 5 January 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Science
    Subject: David Komander’s group are amongst a group of scientists researching the enzymes of the ubiquitin system, which has already shown how mutations in the gene for OTULIN, an enzyme belonging to the OTU family of deubiquitinases, cause a rare systemic inflammatory disease
    Keywords: David Komander; Rune Damgaard; Andrew McKenzie; FAM105B; enzymes; OTULIN; ubiquitin; LUBAC; mutations; inflammation; deubiquitinase; Met1-linked chains; NF-κB
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  • Author: University of Cambridge Research
    Title: Dementia: Catching the memory thief
    Reference University of Cambridge Research News 18 January 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Science
    Subject: New film describing some of the progress now being made against this devastating disease, includes commentary from Michel Goedert, group leader in the Neurobiology Division, who discovered how tau fibres twist together to form tangles, a hallmark of Alzheimer’s, a type of dementia
    Keywords: Alzheimer’s disease; Michel Goedert; ‘dementia tsunami’; ‘tangles’; ‘plaques’; beta-amyloid; ‘neurostatins’; ‘memory thief’; nerodegenerative disease; European Grand Prix; ‘magic bullet’
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  • Author: Bowman Rogers, Madolyn
    Title: Antibodies Co-Opt Anti-Microbial Response to Clear Intraneuronal Tau
    Reference ALZFORUM 13 January 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Science
    Subject: Leo James and Michel Goedert, group leaders, recently published work in PNAS providing an explanation for how therapeutic antibodies eliminate pathogenic forms of tau protein. Here, Alzforum explore the background, results and implications of this study.
    Keywords: Michel Goedert; Leo James; TRIM21; tau; William McEwan; HEK293; antibodies; neuroblastoma cell line; SHSY-5Y; cytosolic protein; virus; PNAS
    Photographs:


  • Author: Wiley
    Title: The 16th Annual Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences Awarded for Pioneering Developments in Electron Microscopy
    Reference Wiley Newsroom 22 February 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Awards & Prizes
    Subject: The 16th annual Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences was awarded to Joachim Frank, Richard Henderson, and Marin van Heel for pioneering developments in electron microscopy that are transforming structural studies of biological molecules and their complexes
    Keywords: Joachim Frank; Richard Henderson; Marin van Heel; Wiley Foundation; electron microscopy; Wiley Prize; $50,000; The Rockefeller University; Biomedical Sciences
    Photographs:


  • Author: University of Cambridge
    Title: Life through a lens
    Reference Cambridge Science Festival 27 February 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Events and Celebrations
    Subject: Brad Amos gave a talk at the UTC Cambridge as part of the Cambridge Science Festival
    Keywords: Brad Amos; Cambridge Science Festival; 3D images; subcellular; Mesolens
    Photographs: Brad in the lab


  • Author: University of Cambridge
    Title: Finding the fountain of youth: why we age and what we can do about it
    Reference Cambridge Science Festival 28 February 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Events and Celebrations
    Subject: Rebecca Taylor gave a talk at the UTC Cambridge as part of the Cambridge Science Festival. Rebecca explains how her lab are using worms to understand how the nervous system coordinates the ageing process, and how it controls the health of cells as we get older
    Keywords: Rebecca Taylor; Cambridge Science Festival; nervous system; ageing process; worms; fountain of youth
    Photographs:


  • Author: Protein Data Bank in Europe
    Title: Bringing Artists and Scientists Together Creates Very Exciting Results
    Reference Protein Data Bank in Europe 6 March 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Exhibitions
    Subject: Vivian, student artist who created a painting based on lysenin during Protein Data Bank in Europe’s art-science collaborative project, met with LMB’s Christos Savva, the scientist who discovered the structure of lysenin
    Keywords: The Leys School; PDBe; lysenin; garden earthworm; art; Christos Savva; Michaelhouse Gallery; Vivian; 3D protein structures; exhibition; toxin; Protein Data Bank (PDB)
    Photographs: Vivian and Christos standing in front of her painting


  • Author: Mazur, Suzan
    Title: Julian Gough on SUPERFAMILY & Open Science
    Reference The Huffington Post 13 March 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Science
    Subject: Julian Gough is interviewed by the Huffington Post and discusses SUPERFAMILY, his database of structural and functional annotations for proteins and genomes, a public resource which scientists around the world can use freely in their research.
    Keywords: Julian Gough; SUPERFAMILY; genomes; Tree of Life; protein domains; Cyrus Chothia; Michael Levitt; BioEssays; Genetrainer; computational prediction; database; Alexey Murzin; Protein Data Bank (PDB); Max Perutz; myoglobin; protein x-ray crystallography; Structural Classification of Proteins (SCOP); viruses; InterPro database
    Photographs: Image of Julian Gough


  • Author: University of Cambridge Research
    Title: Visualising the genome: researchers create first 3D structure of active DNA
    Reference University of Cambridge Research News 16 March 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Science
    Subject: Tim Stevens, in collaboration with scientists from the University of Cambridge, has determined the first 3D structures of intact mammalian genomes from individual cells, showing how the DNA from all the chromosomes intricately folds to fit together inside the cell nuclei.
    Keywords: Mammalian genomes; 3D structures; ‘master cells’; chromosomes; Tim Stevens; Ernest Laue; nuclear lamina; nuclei
    Photographs:


  • Author: Cambridge News
    Title: PhD student Cara presents work to MPs
    Reference Cambridge News 15 March 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Events and Celebrations
    Subject: Cara Ellison a PhD student at the LMB takes part in the Stem (Science Technology, Engineering and Maths) for Britain event at Westminster
    Keywords: Cara Ellison; Westminster; PhD Student; Parliament; MPs; bacteria; viruses; shortlisted; Scientific Committee
    Photographs: Cara in the lab


  • Author: Medical Research Council
    Title: Researchers create first 3D structures of active DNA
    Reference Medical Research Council 13 March 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Science
    Subject: Scientists, have determined the first 3D structures of intact mammalian genomes from individual cells, showing how the DNA from all the chromosomes intricately folds to fit together inside the cell nuclei.
    Keywords: Mammalian genomes; 3D structures; ‘master cells’; chromosomes; Tim Stevens; Ernest Laue; nuclear lamina; nuclei
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  • Author: Welch, George
    Title: Student shares data on research to parliament
    Reference Oxfordshire Guardian 20 March 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Events and Celebrations
    Subject: Cara Ellison a PhD student at the LMB takes part in the STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Maths) for Britain event at Westminster
    Keywords: Cara Ellison; STEM; Oxfordshire; Stephen Metcalfe MP; PhD Student; Westminster; bacteria; viruses; Parliament; Scientific Committee
    Photographs: Cara pictured at the event with Ed Valzey MP


  • Author: Sutton, Mike
    Title: The chemist with x-ray vision
    Reference Chemistry World 24 February 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Historical - Reminiscences
    Subject: Mike Sutton tells the tale of John Kendrew and his work towards the unveiling of protein structures
    Keywords: John Kendrew; Cavendish Laboratory; Lawrence Bragg; Max Perutz; Francis Crick; James Watson; Linus Pauling; radar; Air Ministry; John Desmond Bernal; x-ray crystallography; Dorothy Hodgkin; Fourier synthesis; Patterson function; haemoglobin; myoglobin; atom; Edsac I; Royal Society; Royal Medal; The thread of life; European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL); Peterhouse Colege; Oxford; UN; knighthood; RAF; wing commander
    Photographs: John Kendrew in forest of rods (MRC-LMB); Model of myoglobin


  • Author: Harrison, Stephen C.
    Title: Book Review: From Durban to the World
    Reference Cell 26 January 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Book Review
    Subject: Review of Kenneth Holmes book Aaron Klug - A Long Way From Durban: A Biography
    Keywords: Aaron Klug; Kenneth Holmes; “A long way from Durban”; Royal Society; Birkbeck College; J.D. Bernal; Rosalind Franklin; Francis Crick; Max Perutz; tobacco mosaic virus (TMV); Cape Town; John Finch; Liebe; Peterhouse College; zinc fingers; viruses; tRNA; book review
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  • Author: Cambridge Business
    Title: What’s it all about for AstraZeneca?
    Reference Cambridge Business February 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Biotechnology
    Subject: A look at how AstraZeneca is embedding itself in the community before it moves in to its new headquarters
    Keywords: AstraZeneca; Cambridge Biomedical Campus; Cambridge Antibody Technology (CAT); MedImmune; Humira; Menelas Pangalos; Hugh Pelham; biotechnology; Cambridge Science Centre; Cancer Research UK; Science on display
    Photographs: Cindy Forde and Jane Osbourn at the Cambridge Science Centre; The Cancer Research UK MedImmune Alliance Laboratory; artist drawing of new R&D centre


  • Author: Benke, Michael
    Title: Cara Ellison, a former pupil at Ss Helen and Katharine School in Abingdon, will present her Cambridge PhD research on antibiotic resistance
    Reference The Oxford Times 13 March 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Events and Celebrations
    Subject: Cara Ellison who went to school in Oxford takes part in the STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Maths) for Britain event at Westminster
    Keywords: Cara Ellison; PhD Student: STEM; Parliament; MPs; competition; antibiotic resistance; Scientific Committee
    Photographs: Cara in the lab


  • Author: Tozer, Adam
    Title: Astrocytes Set the Pace of Our Body Clocks
    Reference Technology Networks 22 March 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Science
    Subject: The Hasting’s group reported their discovery of an entirely unprecedented component of the pacemaker of our body clock
    Keywords: Michael Hastings; hypothalamus; Marco Brancaccio; Astrocytes; glial cells; GABAergic; glutamate; NR2C; Circadian rhythm; pacemaker; gliotransmitter; sleep/week cycle; body clock; Neuron
    Photographs:


  • Author: Artlyst
    Title: Latest HIV Research Inspires Compelling New Art Collaboration
    Reference Artlyst 3 April 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Exhibitions
    Subject: Collaborative work between Leo James’ group in the PNAC Division and Greg Towers at UCL, has led to the discovery that HIV uses capsid pores to import nucleotides and evade innate immunity, and has inspired a new artistic project.
    Keywords: Greg Towers; John Walter; Leo James; HIV/AIDS; artist; capsid; immune system; viral; UCL; exhibition; virus
    Photographs: Artist John Walter with his work titled CAPSID


  • Author: St John’s College
    Title: Dr Christopher Russo wins microscopy medal
    Reference St John’s College 13 April 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Awards & Prizes
    Subject: Christopher Russo from Structural Studies has been awarded the Microscopy Society of America Burton Medal
    Keywords: Chris Russo; Microscopy Society of America; Burton Medal; Lori Passmore; cryo-EM; graphene; award
    Photographs: Chris Russo in lab (MRC-LMB)


  • Author: Kwon, Diana
    Title: Glia Helps Regulate Circadian Behaviors
    Reference The Scientist 23 March 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Science
    Subject: Scientists confirm that astrocytes are involved in regulating molecular and behavioral circadian rhythms in mice.
    Keywords: Astrocytes; circadian rhythms; glia; metabolism; CRISPR-Cas9; PER2; Casein kinase 1; Michael Hastings; glutamate; GABA; Neuron; Bmal1; brain; gene expression; neurotransmitter; suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN); yin and yang
    Photographs:


  • Author: Callaway, Ewen
    Title: The trickiest family tree in biology - Scientists are striving for a deeper view of development, from embryo to adult, cell-by-cell
    Reference Science 5 July 2017
    Year: 2017
    Type: Science
    Subject: John Sulston determined the cell lineage of the nematode worm C. elegans. Using new cutting-edge technologies, researchers across the world are now aiming to trace cell lineages in a variety of other organisms.
    Keywords: John Sulston; C. elegans; worms; drawings; ‘cell-lineage tree’; Rubik’s cube; maps; alumni
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