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Vescicles discussion group

The vesicle focus group meets once a month on a Monday afternoon (15:30-17:00) in the Rutherford building of the Physics Department to bring together anyone with an interest in vesicles to share their research. This ranges from the use of liposomes as building blocks for networks and as membranous structures to insert DNA nanopores/constructs into, to the study of lipid phase domains, and more. Any level of experience or interest in vesicles is welcome.

Each session a different group member presents their research in a conference style talk (20 mins) with questions, and another gives a paper review (15 mins) with discussion to highlight new developments or interesting work in the field. Afterwards, there is the opportunity for discussion of any problems, and any collaborative ideas.

For more information or to join the mailing list please contact Dr Emma Talbot ().


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