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Tackling one of tropical Africa's crippling epidemic diseases has been an interesting and demanding retirement project, as HOWARD BRADBURY AM writes....
It is such a great pleasure of mine to introduce students to the breadth of biological disciplines that they can study and research here at RSB.
“Before you go travelling next time, make sure you come to me for some tips.”
Dr Maja Adamska is flipping through a textbook, and stops to show a photo of what looks like a lumpy blob.
I enjoy sharing my enthusiasm and passion for microbiology with students.
I really get a buzz out of seeing new university students getting enthusiastic about something they didn’t necessarily think of as a career optio
Nothing better than giving a good lecture to a large first year cohort - a highlight of any day.
Group research focus
How did the first multicellular animals arise from their single-cell ancestors?
With no doubt, teaching is a pleasure when I see students marvel at biological mechanisms and adaptations, particularly in the field
I feel incredibly privileged to be in the position where I am able to ask and then address the questions that drive my curiosity and research int