Shall we rethink posters?

There's been a bit of a buzz recently about posters, and some of us thought a bit about this. Here is the article, also to be published in BMSS Mass Matters. [More...]

CPR team wins prize at BiotechYES competition

Postcard from HUPO

Sam Ferries gives us a postcard from HUPO in Dublin this year. [More...]

Wild mice in Zurich!

MUPs in wild mice, a meeting in Zurich [More...]

Stephen wins poster prize

Stephen won a poster prize at the G2S away day today, judged and awarded by pre-University students. His poster was commended for the science, application and clarity. [More...]

Claire interviewed for Dundee alumni page

Claire has been featured as ‘star alumnus’ on the website of the MRC Centre for Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation. read all about her [here]. [More...]

CPR mugs - a true collector's item

The origin of CPR mugs [More...]

CPR Hosting the BBSRC Veterinary Vaccinology Network

CPR acted as hosts for a day on candidate discovery, as part o the BBSRC Veterinary Vaccinology Network. [More...]

Being a mass spec postdoc

“A day in the life of…” A nice article by Stephen on being a postdoc, published in Mass Matters, the BMSS house magazine. [More...]

Of scripts, actors, costumes and prostheses

A small correction [More...]

Professor Rob Beynon, FLSW!

Rob has just been elected as a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales. [More...]

New PhD opportunities in cell signalling and proteomics

Two new training opportunities within CPR [More...]

New collaboration with Brazil

CPR has been awarded a new grant from the RCUK-CONFAP Research Partnerships call, funded through BBSRC. This will create a new link with Dr William Castro-Borges from the Federal University of Ouro Preto. A PhD student will spend time in CPR developing skills in quantitative proteomics. Later in 2015, Rob, Claire and Philip will visit Ouro Preto to deliver an advanced course in proteomics for Brazilian scientists. [More...]

New members of the group

Five members of CPR for AY 14/15 [More...]

Rob now Chair of BBSRC Strategy Panel

Rob Beynon is now Chair of the BBSRC Bioscience Skills and Careers Strategy Panel [More...]

New appointment and convergence of two groups

PFG Lab Opening

New lab opened by Prof Douglas Kell, Chief Executive of BBSRC. [More...]

Darcin paper is a ‘hidden’ jewel!

Darcin paper has been cited as ‘exceptional’ in Faculty of 1000 [More...]

New laboratory space starting!

20th September: work started on the new laboratories in the Biosciences Building. Photos now on-line [here]. [More...]

Graduation 2010

Amy, Stu, Jennifer all graduate this year! [More...]

Proteomics: 1 Plate Tectonics: 0

ProteoMMX: Strictly Quantitative [More...]

New lab members

Two new PhD students join the group [More...]