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Adam Byron
Scientist University of Edinburgh · Cancer cell adhesion networks · Personal account · Posts (rarely)
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BBC Sport Jul 15
We've watched this about 100 times today! Watch the moment England won the World Cup. Here 🎥
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ICC Jul 15
Exactly 24 hours ago, England were crowned world champions, after the final to end all finals. Re-live the greatest finish of all time, as you've never seen it before! |
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BBC 5 Live Sport Jul 15
Did you miss the epic drama of v in the ? Listen again to The Super Final Hour 🏏📲
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Adam Byron Jul 15
Replying to @JDHL18 @tinyhobbitbag
Absolutely incredible!
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Adam Byron Jul 15
Just about caught my breath after yesterday’s incredible Cricket World Cup final. Think I’ll leave the Super Final Hour on loop!
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Susanne vd Brink Jul 7
Another paper that shows that tissue dissociation procedures can influence the transcriptome of cells: Paper proves that the artifact that was identified in muscle stem cells few years ago () is affecting other tissues as well.
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Edinburgh Imaging Jul 4
Healthy volunteers required for brain scanning - if you live within a 5 mile radius of the Royal Infirmary and are happy to take part, please complete survey.
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Ricardo Henriques Jul 3
Very nice editorial in highlighting the current impact of both in the dissemination of research and as fostering collaborations. Because we all like some science in between those cat pictures
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Mark Lynas Jul 2
New Nature paper out today states very clearly what is needed if governments are serious about limiting global heating to 1.5C, as agreed at Paris. Spoiler: No new fossil fuelled infrastructure, anywhere, ever. From now on. Read thread for details...
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Breast Cancer Now Jul 2
🔬 Prof Mike Dixon and are looking at patient tumour samples in the hope of finding features which may help to predict how a patient’s tumour will respond to anti-hormone therapy. ▸
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Tanentzapf Lab Jul 3
1. We in science need to stop using the term "incremental research" as a derogatory term for work we don't find exciting or innovative or imaginative. ALL research is incremental, the only thing that changes is the magnitude of the increments.
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ChemMedChem Jul 1
R.J.D. Hatley et al. report highly potent and selective inhibitors of the RGD (alpha)v(beta)1 that have key advantages as leads for finding treatment for
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Biochemical Society Jul 2
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BakalLabICR - Cancer Morphodynamics Jul 1
Out today in special issue on "Forces in Cancer". Original work, reviews, and opinion pieces by some of the world leaders in
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Alli Jackson Jul 1
Ok obviously I’m biased but surely you couldn’t get a better deal than this?! Get applying before the spots run out!!! There are also travel bursaries available as well. The lineup is fantastic as well btw.
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Andreas Prokop Jul 1
Looking forward to seeing you all at the 's school visit to on Thu - using as a tool for teaching. Please, remember to watch our "Small fly: BIG impact" movies ahead of the event:
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Tanentzapf Lab Jun 29
We have fostered a culture in manuscript reviews that equates asking for additional experiments w/ careful attentive reviewing. We need to pass the msg to young scientists, i.e. future reviewers, that asking for additional work should only be done when it is absolutely necessary.
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Adam Byron Jul 1
Replying to @ZanivanLab
Congratulations! 🎉
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Neta Erez- ErezLab Jun 27
A beautiful and important study from and on lipid-associated macrophages.
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Cancer Research UK Jun 27
A cancer cell, up close 📸. In our latest Science Snaps post, PhD student Anh explains how his work with images like this are helping him understand two mysterious proteins:
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