Science connection dating


Ok, so this is probably the nerdiest thing I’ve ever seen anyone do when planning a conference, and after nearly seven years at the University of Cambridge, that’s really saying something.

So, along with the free-for-all Cell Polarity conference (see previous post) at the Royal Society that the lab co-organised, we were also invited to organise a much smaller discussion session meeting at Chicheley Hall, a beautiful country house owned by the Royal Society.

Throughout history, science has proven to be a transformative force that advances rapidly.

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