The top three news stories of the week, as chosen by our resident students. This week’s top stories are coffee is good for you, a giant iceberg set adrift from Antarctica and Jupiter’s Great Red Spot.
Article written by Will Hawkes
How many times you went around your department looking for a specific piece of equipment to use for just that one experiment? How many times you asked around your colleagues if they knew someone that had expertise on the new experiment you were trying to set up?
Alexander Dunn and his colleagues look at how fibroblasts – cells that make up ‘connective tissue’ – generate force to deform their surrounding (3D) environment.
This week, me and a couple of others blogged for the biophysical society from the Single Cell Biophysics meeting in Taipei. Here’s a run down, with links to the blogs:
The first section was about imaging techniques, including structured illumination from Suliana Manley in bacteria, and full automation of super resolution/single molecule microscopy from Masahiro Ueda. Read all about it!