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Statement on Part III Systems Biology Teaching for 2022-23

8 March 2022

Part III Systems Biology is a fourth year undergraduate course open to students who have completed Part II courses in Biological, Physical Sciences, Mathematics or Computer Sciences. (for more details - see Entry Requirements below). Systems Biology is an integrated approach to the study of biology through experiment and...

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Statement on Part III Systems Biology Teaching for 2020-21

27 July 2020

Statement on Part III Systems Biology Teaching for 2020-2021 Due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and government guidance, we have had to make some changes to the programme in order to mitigate against risks to health and to give you the best possible academic experience in the circumstances. We will continue to...

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Congratulations to Mie Monti (Part III Systems Biology student 2017-2018) whose project work formed part of Nature Biotechnology paper - OOPS!

10 January 2019

Congratulations to Mie Monti (Part III Systems Biology student 2017-2018) whose project work formed part of Nature Biotechnology paper - OOPS! OOPS - is a novel method to efficiently enrich for proteins that bind to RNA. For more details about this publication from the Lilley group go to doi: 10.1038/s41587-018-0001-2 Also...

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Congratulations to Mie Monti (Part III Systems Biology student 2017-2018) whose project work formed part of Nature Biotechnology paper - OOPS!

10 January 2019

Congratulations to Mie Monti (Part III Systems Biology student 2017-2018) whose project work formed part of Nature Biotechnology paper - OOPS! OOPS - is a novel method to efficiently enrich for proteins that bind to RNA. For more details about this publication from the Lilley group and behind the paper blog coverage go to...

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Part III Systems Biology student Thea Zabell rows in winning woman's boat race team 2018

28 March 2018

Congratulations to Thea Zabell who rowed in this year's winning Cancer Research UK Women’s Boat Race team.

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Solving problems in biotechnology and medicine using Flexible Nets

17 January 2018

From Professor Steve Oliver: The exploitation of Systems Biology information to design novel microbes for biotechnological processes and to control those processes in real time on an industrial scale requires computer modelling. However, biological systems are difficult to model and control, both due to their highly...

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Solving problems in biotechnology and medicine using Flexible Nets

17 January 2018

From Professor Steve Oliver: The exploitation of Systems Biology information to design novel microbes for biotechnological processes and to control those processes in real time on an industrial scale requires computer modelling. However, biological systems are difficult to model and control, both due to their highly...

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Kathryn Lilley awarded the 2017 Juan Pablo Albar Proteome Pioneer Award

27 September 2017

Congratulations to Kathryn Lilley who has received the 2017 Juan Pablo Albar Proteome Pioneer award from the European Proteomics Association.

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Juan Ignacio Castrillo (1963-2017)

3 August 2017

It is with great sadness that we report the death of a former member of CSBC, Juan Castrillo. Juan was a very scholarly, kind, and generous person. His breadth of knowledge of our science was amazing and, and even after he left Cambridge to work in his brother's biotech company in Spain, he continued to send colleagues in the Centre, the Department, and across Europe very focussed information on recent publications relevant to their research.

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Kathryn Lilley, members of the Cambridge Centre for Proteomics and collaborators publish a human cell atlas in Science

25 July 2017

Kathryn Lilley and members of the Cambridge Centre for Proteomics, with collaborators from the Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, Sweden publish a human cell atlas in Science, 11th May 2017.

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