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Oxford Brookes University has received the sad news that Professor Chris Hawes died on Thursday (4 July 2019).
Join Christophe, Aline, Laszlo and others who introduce the exciting activities available through the INDEPTH Cost Action.
Students studying healthcare and social work at Oxford Brookes University have praised staff from the NHS, Social Care and Social Services in the Placement of the Year Awards 2019.
One of the WG1 objectives to collect published datasets of 3D images (e.g. immune, FISH, DAPI) to be stored in the Omero Plataform of INDEPTH, and make them publicly available.
We are delighted to announce the opening of the 5th call for Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM) of the COST Action INDEPTH: Impact on Nuclear Domains On Gene Expression and Plants Traits. This round of Short Term Scientific Missions
has been extended until August 1st.
We will have soon our next main meeting"Nucleus impact" co-organized with theSociety of Experimental Biology (SEB)that will be located next to Madrid at the fantastic place called El Escorial (9-11th of December 2019).
Oxford Brookes University has climbed 8 places in the latest Guardian University Guide. This is the third consecutive year Oxford Brookes has improved in the rankings and sees the University now ranked 33rd out of 121 UK institutions.
The 2019 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2019) will be held in Freiburg, Germany, 1-8 July. There will be one day of training, three days of mixed meeting and training, and then two to four days of CollaborationFest. The meeting features joint & parallel sessions; invited, accepted, and lightning talks; poster and demo sessions; birds-of-a-feather meetups; social events; and training sessions every day.
In July, I will be starting my research group at the Centre for Research in Agricultural Genomics (CRAG) in Barcelona, Spain. The research focus of my group will be the epigenetic mechanisms that control developmental transitions in plants, using Arabidopsis and maize as model systems.
Oxford Brookes University is working with researchers at UEA, the University of Kent, and Cranfield University to investigate how chatbots can be designed to appear more trustworthy – thanks to £500,000 funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).