A series of talks about physics and the life sciences. All are welcome.
9.30: Gerard Giraud - Novel developments in fluorescence lifetime imaging and dielectrophoresis technologies for molecular diagnostic applications
10.00: Simon Titmuss - Responsive colloids: from the self-assembly of nanoparticles to the mechanical properties of viruses & evolution
10.30: Richard Benninger - Development and application of fluorescence imaging to understand biological organisation and dynamics
11.30: Mark Telling - Magic Bullets and Plastic Sponges: Biophysics research using QENS
12.00: Matthew Krzystyniak - Water as you have never seen before
1.30: Carmen Domene - Computer simulation of complex biological phenomena
2.00: Ulrich Zachariae - Biomolecular transport across membranes: Mechanisms, driving forces, and targets for therapeutic intervention.
2.30: Mark Miller - Structure and stability of electrospray droplets
3.30: Chui Fan Lee - The physics of protein amyloid formation
4.00: Ben Corry - Transport in biological and synthetic pores