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Dr Markus Ralser awarded the Colworth Medal

Dr Markus Ralser has been awarded the Biochemical Society's Colworth Medal for his work on the early evolution of cellular metabolism, and the dynamic nature of metabolism that allows living cells to adapt to stress situations.

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Marjory Stephenson Prize

The 2016 Marjory Stephenson Prize will be awarded to Steve Oliver, Professor of Systems Biology & Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge and Director of the Cambridge Systems Biology Centre.

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Artificially-intelligent Robot Scientist ‘Eve’ could boost search.

"[Eve's artificial intelligence] reduces the costs, uncertainty, and time involved in drug screening, and has the potential to improve the lives of millions of people worldwide" - Steve Oliver

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BBSRC Big Data Award to the Carazo Salas group

Carazo Salas group involved in a new BBSRC Big Data Award to build a next generation image data repository, led by Dundee's Jason Swedlow and in collaboration with EBI/ELIXIR's Alvis Brazma

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esyn.org Released!

esyn.org an Easy Networks building tool has been released!

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Dr Markus Ralser awarded the Colworth Medal

Mar 30, 2016

Dr Markus Ralser has been awarded the Biochemical Society's Colworth Medal for his work on the early evolution of cellular metabolism, and the dynamic nature of metabolism that allows living cells to adapt to stress situations.

Marjory Stephenson Prize

Nov 09, 2015

The 2016 Marjory Stephenson Prize will be awarded to Steve Oliver, Professor of Systems Biology & Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge and Director of the Cambridge Systems Biology Centre.

Artificially-intelligent Robot Scientist ‘Eve’ could boost search.

Feb 20, 2015

"[Eve's artificial intelligence] reduces the costs, uncertainty, and time involved in drug screening, and has the potential to improve the lives of millions of people worldwide" - Steve Oliver

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