This Wednesday, 12 February from 15h00 to 16h00, the Spanish researcher Gonzalo Guillen Gosalbez will be discussing about the use of systems thinking, mixed-integer programming and life cycle assessment (LCA) in the optimization of sustainable processes. The talk will be given at London’s Imperial College.
Ian Chambers wins the 2020 Hooke Medal
Professor Ian Chambers, Group Leader and Professor of Pluripotent Stem Cell Biology at the MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine, has won the 2020 Hooke Medal for his contribution to UK Cell Biology. The Hooke Medal is awarded every year by the British Society for Cell Biology (BSCB) and recognizes an emerging leader in cell biology.
Improving the clarity of MRI scans
The Royal Society of Chemistry researchers have developed a molecular complex that could lead to high-quality MRI scans with lower toxicity than current methods.
Most modern contrast agents contain the heavy metal gadolinium, which has proven to be toxic to some humans and the environment. Non-toxic alternatives are less effective because they degrade in the body and provide weaker contrast effects.
Free guided tours to Grant Museum of Zoology in London
Every Wednesday from 14:00-14:45 the Grant Museum of Zoology in London is offering free guided tours to get know all about our antecessors. Don’t miss this great opportunity to discover one of the oldest natural history collections in the UK. The tours are finishing in April 2020.