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
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
It was a privilege and a pleasure to attend Ursula Mittwoch’s birthday reception in the Housman Room at UCL on 18 March 2014. Ursula’s contributions to genetics underly what we know and are even inclined, perhaps, to take for granted today. Interview by Peter Harper on 2 March 2004 From reading such authors as J.… Continue reading Ursula Mittwoch – “Be kind to colleagues”
Header Photograph taken near Parco Filisofico, Anacapri, on 28 August 2015.
Original header photograph taken at Otago Peninsula on 17 March 2007.