Partly as a follow-up to Not extinct… 30 May. “The redox switch hypothesis for the first cyanobacterium – and for the advent of free molecular oxygen”. Physics Across Disciplines Colloquium. School of Physics and Astronomy, Queen Mary University of London, UK. Fascinating half-day meeting. Thanks to the organisers. What a splendid department that must be.… Continue reading Evidence of sustained activity
Live webcast from ESA mission control, when Europe’s Rosetta spacecraft dispatches the Philae lander to make the first-ever touchdown on a comet. Official hashtag: #CometLanding
28-29 October 2014. 2nd Conference of Network of Researchers (NOR) on Horizontal Gene Transfer (HGT) and the Last Universal Cellular Ancestor (LUCA). University of Leeds, UK. Presentation: Redox and proton-motive homeostasis. Also opening remarks to conference.
Nice @LondonEvolution conference @QM_SBCS and a sad picture of amazing scientists going extinct pic.twitter.com/OPKsTPhD6T — Dario Ummarino (@Darioumma) November 5, 2014 Evidence of sustained activity
An Open Letter from York Academics to the Vice-Chancellor, Registrar and Director of Human Resources Who has authority? Who is accountable? And to whom?