Craggs Lab are currently looking to fill a 3 year post doc position. See the full job description here.
This week we've sadly had to say goodbye to Anna, our Erasmus student from Fontys University, The Netherlands. During her time here Anna has developed a fully functioning and validated eTCSPC set-up, including TRAMS. She's now heading home to complete her undergraduate degree in Physics and Engineering. We hope she enjoyed her time with Craggs… Continue reading Anna heads back to Fontys
Last Friday Alice attended the Genome Stability Network meeting in Cambridge with our collaborators in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology. Meanwhile, Tim presented at the N8 Biophysical and Biochemical Symposium at the University of York, and Ben won the prize for best poster! No rest for the wicked: Tim and Ben were immediately off to the… Continue reading Craggs Lab On Tour
We are delighted to announce that Dr Tim Craggs has been awarded a BBSRC New Investigator Grant on "The Role of DNA Dynamics in Damage Recognition". Look out for a 3 year post doc position coming soon!
The end of 2019 saw Craggs Lab Masters students, Becky and Callum, give presentations on their projects so far. Both talks went really well and were followed by our end of term celebrations! We returned to The Botanist for our annual Christmas meal with the Staniland and Reid Groups - the only place that serves… Continue reading Happy New Year!
This academic year brings four more members to the Craggs lab. We have a new PhD student, Alice, who is starting work on an exciting project studying the conformational dynamics of aberrant nucleic acids. Anna has joined us from Fontys University in the Netherlands for 5 months, working on a TCSPC anisotropy set-up, and we… Continue reading New Craggs Lab Members – A Muddy Initiation
Researchers establish a benchmark for accurate determination of internal dimensions within individual molecules A worldwide study involving 20 laboratories has established and standardized a method to measure exact distances within individual biomolecules, down to the scale of one millionth of the width of a human hair. The new method represents a major improvement of a… Continue reading Nature Methods Paper Published