June 17, 2022

inVisible conference on the 8th of July 2022

Munehiro will be giving a talk at a University event to highlight the research by ethnic minorities.

Thanks Maria Kariuki for organising this event and for the invitation. Looking forward to learning diverse scientific topics.


08th July: Faculty of Science, Engineering and Medicine Research Talks/Posters.

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https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/ias/calendar/invisible_conference/


May 21, 2022

Faculty Thesis Prize!!

Iago Grobas won the WMS Faculty Thesis Award for his thesis “Biophysical mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance in swarming B. subtilis“. A part of this thesis has been publishe in eLife.

The project was co-supervised with Dr Marco Polin. We had great time explore biophysics of bacterial corrective dynamics!!

Iago is currently a postdoc at Oxford University.


Huge congratulations!! Well deserved, Iago!

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May 10, 2022

Bioelectricity: Chronicling a Buzzing Biomedical Field

Tailise's review "Seeking Insights into Aging Through Yeast Mitochondrial Electrophysiology" has been featured, along with the colleagues in this exciting feild, in GEN NEWS.

It's a very nice article highlighting the potential of bioelectricity in biomedical field.

https://www.genengnews.com/topics/translational-medicine/bioelectricity-chronicling-a-buzzing-biomedical-field/



September 17, 2021

Congrats! Doctroal Research Award!

Huge congrats to Iago for receining an Honourable Mentions Award from Doctroal Research Award!

Well deserved!

https://drawards.org.uk/#theawards


July 05, 2021

Doctor of Phylosopy!

Huge congratulations to Dr Grobas for successfully completing his PhD! Iago made a lot of achievements during his PhD, including a research paper in eLife, a review paper in Biochemical Society Transactions, and several presentation awards!

Iago made the lab a spacial place. We awefully miss you!!

Iago has joined Oxford University. http://colloid.chem.ox.ac.uk/

Looking forward to learning about Iago's new exciting science!


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June 01, 2021

Call for abstracts

Special symposium"Photo/Electrical Phenomena at the Interface with Living Cells and Bacteria"

Registration is now open! We have a fantastic list of speakers. Please join us!

https://www.mrs.org/meetings-events/fall-meetings-exhibits/2021-mrs-fall-meeting/call-for-papers/detail/2021_mrs_fall_meeting/sb11/Symposium_SB11

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March 16, 2021

Bacterial traffic jams, swarming and biofilm! New paper!!


A part of Iago's PhD project is now published in eLife. Huge congratulations, Iago!! It has been a fun and fruitful collaboration with Marco Polin(physics).

In this work, we investigated stress-induced transition from swarming to biofilm. We discovery a transition compatible with motility-induced phase separation underpins the initial stage of this transition.

https://elifesciences.org/articles/62632


And, here is a layman’s summary by eLife. Thanks to Emily Packer for writing this nice piece!

https://elifesciences.org/for-the-press/bcd018f2/how-bacterial-traffic-jams-lead-to-antibiotic-resistant-multilayer-biofilms

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