Alice Ting of Stanford University will deliver the 2022 John Kendrew lecture on ‘Chemogenetic and optogenetic technologies for probing molecular and cellular networks’.
Congratulations to David Cattermole, Pat Edwards, Paul Hart and Steve Scotcher, who have each reached 40 years of service at the LMB.
In-person public engagement is returning after a long hiatus during the pandemic. LMB scientists took part in British Science Week with schools and at the Cambridge Festival.
Celebrating 60 years of the LMB, an exhibition of unusual and intriguing items gives a glimpse into the life and work of the LMB
The 2022 Max Perutz Lecture titled ‘Therapeutic Opportunities in Glycoscience’ will be given by Carolyn Bertozzi at 4PM (BST) on 29th March.
Lalita Ramakrishnan, Head of the University of Cambridge’s Molecular Immunity Unit, has joined LMB’s Cell Biology Division as a Group Leader, continuing her pioneering work on tuberculosis using a zebrafish model.