Lancaster University’s very own Craig O’Hare recently took part and won Organs Zone’s ‘I’m a Scientist, Get me out here’ competition! *Woo hoo* The competition aims to bridge the gap between students and real scientists, give young people a voice and teaches them about science and scientists in a fun, engaging and memorable way. Over Read more about I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here![…]
The presentation given at the Digital Lancaster Sharing Practice Event by Christine Shirras and Jed Winstanley detailing the blog research and creation process, a bit more detail about the blog and future hopes can be found here. More information about future Sharing Practice Events can be found at this link.
I asked Erin a few questions about the BLS summer internship she attained through Lancaster University… Who supervised the internship? Dr Robert Lauder What was the research focus? I worked on a few different projects. One involved the use of Protein A as a biomarker for Staphylococcus aureus infection in ICU patients, with another focusing on the Read more about Erin, 3rd Year, Biological Sciences student discusses her summer internship[…]
I asked Shan a few questions about the BLS summer internship she attained through Lancaster University… Who supervised the internship? Dr Leonie Unterholzner What was the research focus? The research focused on how fibroblast cells detect viruses and the viral mechanisms used to inhibit this detection. In particular Leonie’s PhD students were examining certain viral DNA receptors Read more about Shan, 3rd Year, Biomedical Sciences student discusses her summer internship[…]
Hi everyone! My name is Jed Winstanley and I have been given the wonderful opportunity to bring this blog site to life for all of you fellow science nerds (if that isn’t why you chose to pursue a Biomedical & Life Sciences [BLS] degree then this is slightly awkward…) Swiftly moving on, I am currently Read more about Welcome to your brand spanking new site for all things BLS![…]