This year Warwick is going back to New Scientist Live! at the ExCeL Centre in London. From the 20-23rd September, our researchers from the Medical School and School of Life Sciences will be diving down to a cellular level to explore how we can understand and manipulate cells to function better or differently.
Come along for some fantastic hands-on activities including Virtual Reality, E.coli circuits, animations, building microtubules and more!
|Our Quantitative Biomedicine Programme (QBP) researchers will be showcasing the role and movement of kinesins (cell motors) along the skeleton of a cell (known as microtubules).||The Warwick Integrative Synthetic Biology Centre (WISB) will be explaining through giant programmable E. coli cells and an interactive virtual reality how synthetic biology can manipulate bring benefits to health, agriculture and animals.|
Want to Help?
Interested in volunteering on the stand? We will cover your travel and accommodation expenses (if you're volunteering for more than one day), you'll get free entry to the show and we'll make sure you have time to go and explore the venue. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Here are some images from when WISB presented our giant programmable E. coli cells and the interactive virtual reality at the Cheltenham Science Festival from 5-10 June 2018.