September 09, 2022

New preprint! Optical stimulation of B subtilis membrane potential

New preprint from the lab!

Membrane Targeted Azobenzene Drives Optical Modulation of Bacterial Membrane Potential

Great collaboration with Bertarelli lab, Lanzani lab and Paterno lab at Italian Institute of Technology and Politecnico di Milano. We beleive that there could be many applications of this technology for bacterial electrophysiology.


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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