Across the Severn for a few days

Leaving our youngest daughter as a full-fledged undergraduate student, Carol and I paused in South Wales. Tintern Abbey

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Eleanor leaves for Bristol University

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.

Regulation of Photosynthetic Electron Transport

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)

Bolingey

Late July 2017. Family holiday in Bolingey, near Perranporth, Cornwall. Fabulous. You can tell which is the geologist. He or she stands on the beach and, instead of looking out to sea, looks at the cliffs.

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The Elizabeth Line

New trains now run occasionally on the Transport for London Elizabeth Line, the first part of Crossrail.

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