Over 600 pupils from 18 schools across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Bedford participated in the 2023 Microscopes4Schools Competition with some impressive entries.
The LMB has sadly learned that Muriel Wigby, who worked as a technician with Sydney Brenner for many years, has died aged 91.
Nearly 20 LMB staff have shown off their creative talents at the annual LMB Arts and Crafts Show. The exhibition, which has run for over 10 years, featured work across a wide range of different media.
On Saturday 1st July the LMB welcomed over 2500 visitors in an exciting day of family-friendly, hands-on activities, tours, and talks about the LMB’s cutting-edge research.
Anne Cooke, Stephanie Pilkington and Hayley Sharpe returned to the LMB as speakers at this year’s ‘What Next for Your Career’ event, highlighting the importance of a good work-life balance, finding the right mentors, building networks and staying in touch with old colleagues as powerful tools for future opportunities.
EMBO names Katja Röper, of LMB’s Cell Biology Division, amongst its newly elected members.