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Biophysical Sciences Institute

Event Listings

Friday 4 September 2015

Progressive supra-nuclear palsy (PSP) Research Event 2015

9:15 – 4 pm, Friday 4 September 2015.

Wolfson Research Institute, Durham University Queen’s Campus.

The psychology department, in collaboration with South Tees NHS Trust, are organising the above event for academics, clinicians, patients and carers to discuss research relating to PSP. The all-day event involves presentations from healthcare professionals and the PSP network on topics including what's new in PSP, symptom control, and care planning. This will be followed by workshop sessions to develop new research ideas.

For more information or if you would like to book a free place please email Zenita Cowen (zenita.cowen@stees.nhs.uk).


Tuesday 15 September 2015

Complex fluids under extreme conditions

15 September 2015, Department of Physics, University of Durham

The meeting will gather researchers from the wide complex fluid community (polymers, colloids, lipids, interfaces) who have an interest in extreme conditions, such as pressure, temperature, confinement, and external fields.

Link: http://compfuec.iopconfs.org/Home


Complex fluids under extreme conditions

15 September 2015, Department of Physics, University of Durham

The meeting will gather researchers from the wide complex fluid community (polymers, colloids, lipids, interfaces) who have an interest in extreme conditions, such as pressure, temperature, confinement, and external fields.

Link: http://compfuec.iopconfs.org/Home


Thursday 17 September 2015

Department of Psychology Conference

Neural, autonomic and epigenetic markers of antisocial behaviour: Exploring machine learning to identify patterns in antisocial individuals

10-3 pm, Thursday 17 September 2015, L48

Speakers include: Dr. Jeffrey Glennon; Dr. Inti Brazil; Dr. Kostas Fanti; Dr. Hedwig Eisenbarth.

Register by email: luna.munoz@durham.ac.uk


Monday 21 September 2015

Light cycles: Rhythms, models and mechanisms

A Structured workshop to promote discussion on the effect of light on biological systems

Monday and Tuesday 21st and 22nd September 2015

St Mary's College, University of Durham

Please email alex.probert@durham.ac.uk to register to attend.


Tuesday 22 September 2015

Light cycles: Rhythms, models and mechanisms

A Structured workshop to promote discussion on the effect of light on biological systems

Monday and Tuesday 21st and 22nd September 2015

St Mary's College, University of Durham

Please email alex.probert@durham.ac.uk to register to attend.


Thursday 26 November 2015

Metal-related Antimicrobials (BBSRC/Metals in Biology Network Free Event)

26-27 November, Lindisfarne Centre, Durham

Free event which will highlight advances in understanding the metal-handling systems of microbes, nutritional immunity and why metals are a microbial “Achilles heel”.

The purpose of the event is to identify new opportunities for Innovation, to initiate collaborations and to understand potential implications of policy regulations.


Friday 27 November 2015

Metal-related Antimicrobials (BBSRC/Metals in Biology Network Free Event)

26-27 November, Lindisfarne Centre, Durham

Free event which will highlight advances in understanding the metal-handling systems of microbes, nutritional immunity and why metals are a microbial “Achilles heel”.

The purpose of the event is to identify new opportunities for Innovation, to initiate collaborations and to understand potential implications of policy regulations.


Contact Details

Biophysical Sciences Institute
Durham University.
South Road,
Durham,
DH1 3LE
+44 (0) 191 334 2351

email: admin.bsi@durham.ac.uk