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07 Oct 2020
A decade in biology: what have the biosciences done for usThis webinar was linked to the special issue of Emerging Topics in Life Sciences journal. In this webinar, we welcomed three speakers who contributed to this special issue, providing a series of talks showcasing what the biosciences have done for us.
Heather Doran, UK
The BiochemistThe official magazine of the Biochemical Society, The Biochemist is an essential read for anyone interested in the fundamental processes of molecular biology, health, and disease. Published bi-monthly, themed issues keep readers up-to-date with news and views on issues of relevance to the molecular bioscience community.
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Intellectual PropertyDr Sara Holland and Dave Holt will equip attendees with foundational information regarding intellectual property in the context of the research scientist and scientist founder.
03 Mar 2022
Plants and climate change: The role of plants in achieving net zeroIn this webinar, our speakers considered how state of the art technologies are being exploited to understand how the greening of the Earth is changing, our understanding of photosynthetic regulation is increasing and how genotype- environment-phenotype-relationships might be exploited in climate mitigation.
ACE2: friend or foe
Twenty years after its discovery, angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) has become one of the most studied proteins. Since ACE2 was identified as the SARS-coronavirus 2 receptor, it has held centre stage with already more than 500 peer-reviewed publications in 2020. This webinar is chaired by Professor Rhian Touyz, Director of the Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences and British Heart Foundation Chair of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Glasgow./media/edrjubuf/bcs20-1025_bio_focus_webinar_series_hero_1440x377_700.jpg