7 May 2019
Assoc. Prof. Thomas Bowden has just been awarded a Senior Non-Clinical Research Fellowship from the Medical Research Council. His research focuses on understanding how viruses interact with cells and are targeted by the antibody immune response. We would like to warmly congratulate Thomas! Fantastic achievement - well done!
24 October 2018
MiFoBio 2018 (Functional Microscopy in Biology) is the multidisciplinary CNRS school in life imaging in France – this year it was held from 5th to 12th October. For 8 days this is the biggest photonics lab in the world!
2 July 2018
Congratulation to the winners of Strubi Students Poster Competition! This year the 1st prize went to Yasunori Watanabe (on the picture), the 2nd prize went to Daming Zhou and the 3rd one to Elizabeth Allen.
31 May 2017
Congratulations to Prof Yvonne Jones on being elected Fellow of the Royal Society.
14 December 2016
Scientists led by Profs Liz Carpenter (Structural Genomics Consortium) and Juha Huiskonen (Strubi) have solved the cryo-EM structure a TRP channel involved in polycystic kidney disease.
12 December 2016
The third Instruct Biennial Structural Biology Meeting will take place in Brno, Czech Republic the 25-26th of May 2017. Further information about the event can be found here: https://www.structuralbiology.eu/update/biennial20...
5 July 2016
A new shuttle bus service has been launched (as of 18th July) linking the University Science Area with Harwell Science and Innovation Campus and the Old Road Campus.
16 June 2016
Prof Stuarts group have studied the structure of the Ebola virus and the effect of two drugs, toremifene and ibruprofen on the virus. The study was the first to solve the unligated structure of the Ebola virus glycoprotein and the results were published in Nature.
2 March 2016
Strubi DPhil student Dr. Young Kim has been awarded James S Porterfield Prize in International Virology 2016.