Leaving our youngest daughter as a full-fledged undergraduate student, Carol and I paused in South Wales. Tintern Abbey
Among a large class of 2018, on September 22nd Bristol University received our youngest daughter, Eleanor, to read Zoology. We wish her well. It’s a great place, and she is a multi-talented young lady.
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THE NOBEL PRIZE Physiology or Medicine – Monday 1 October, 10:30 a.m. BST at the earliest Physics – Tuesday 2 October, 10:45 a.m. BST at the earliest Chemistry – Wednesday 3 October, 10:45 a.m. BST at the earliest
16th International Symposium on Phototrophic Prokaryotes University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 5 – 9 August 2018 This was a fine meeting with many reports of first-rate new research. My own contribution was entitled Two-component redox regulatory control in the origins of oxygen evolution, cyanobacteria, and chloroplasts. Some photos… The first is a remarkable UBC… Continue reading 16th International Symposium on Phototrophic Prokaryotes
I was surprised and pleased to find my simple graphic on the cover of the journal Physiologia Plantarum. The special issue. Why we need to know the structure of phosphorylated chloroplast light‐harvesting complex II Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
The conception of Queen Mary, University of London Quoting “ALL SORTS AND CONDITIONS OF MEN” by Walter Besant. There was so much to cherish, and to maintain. Let us hope for future reconception.