BioBridge has supported British Antarctic Survey’s DATA AS ART project https://www.bas.ac.uk/project/data-as-art/ by buying one of the photographic artworks, Volcanic Ash. This now hangs on the wall in our office.
It shows a section of ice core from James Ross Island, Antarctica, from a depth of almost 280m, over 900 feet. The vertical dark stripe, visible in the centre, is a layer of volcanic ash embedded in the ice. DATA AS ART celebrates BAS science at the poles, NERC-funded research and highlight NERC’s 50th anniversary year.
50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2017 has been published by Miranda Weston-Smith. http://www.biobridge.co.uk/ClientArea/files/news/50-Movers-and-Shakers-in-BioBusiness-2017-WEB-final-311017(1).pdf Meredith Lloyd-Evans was photographed contributing to BioBeat16. Photos by Nigel Luckhurst. Courtesy of Cambridge Judge Business School. http://www.biobridge.co.uk/ClientArea/images/news/BioBeat16.jpg
Meredith Lloyd-Evans presents at 2nd EMBRIC GA
The 2nd General Assembly of the European Marine Biological Research Infrastructure Cluster http://www.embric.eu/ was held in Faro, Portugal.
Meredith was invited to join the GA and present on the outputs and follow-on projects of the EC-funded PharmaSea project
Meredith Lloyd-Evans has given a seminar to young biotechnology, bioengineering and extremophile researchers in Chile on the Pathway for Innovation
Please contact us if you have an interest in a similar seminar for your researchers