Congratulations to our very own Prof Diane Kelly and Dr Anna Seager who were part of the award winning Athena SWAN Team at the inaugural Swansea University Medical School Annual Awards Dinner and Dance. Click here for more information.
At the WEFO (Welsh European Funding Office) Annual Conference held at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea, on Thursday 3rd December 2015, Jane Hutt, the Welsh Finance Minister, announced European-backed funding for the next stage of the BEACON project, BEACON+. Click here for more information.
Elevate 2015 was held on the 21st October 2015 at Swansea University and was dedicated to giving Year 11 pupils from the local area the chance to learn more about future careers in the health sciences. Click here for more information.
Congratulations to Satoshi Ōmura who won one half of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2015. Read more about his connection to the Centre for Cytochome P450 here.
Professor Diane Kelly will be presenting an invited talk at the British Pharmacology Society flagship meeting 15-17th December. Click here for more information.
Professor David Lamb visited Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in New England in Spring 2015 with support from the Royal Society International Award scheme. Click here for more information.
The P4FIFTY conference ‘Towards P450 Applications’ was held in Bischenberg, Bishoffsheim, near Strasbourg between the 24th and 26th June with the aim of bringing researchers from academia and industry together to address the challenges faced using cytochromes P450 in biotechnology. Click here for more information.
Dr Claire Price, of the Centre for Cytochrome P450 Biodiversity, was awarded an Outreach Grant from the Biochemical Society to deliver an event during British Science Week. Click here to read more about the event.
Prof Steve Kelly attended two satellites of the Fungal Genetics Symposium in Asilomar, California in 2015. Click here for more information.
The British Yeast Group (BYG) meeting has run for over thirty years showcasing the awesome power of yeast! Click here for more information.