Video abstract for our recent bacteria bio-interfaces paper on Advanced Materials

A video abstract of our recent paper published on the journal Advanced Materials is now available on youtube. “Bacteria‐Based Materials for Stem Cell Engineering” reports our latest progress in our living biointerfaces line of research. Jake, Alex and the rest of the team utilise genetically modified non-pathogenic bacteria to control and direct stem cell biology!

CoSE Photography Competition

The College of Science & Engineering is running a Photography Competition and these are our entries! Click on the pictures on the random gallery above to see the pictures in full size and read the captions. Tweet your reactions about them to us @theglasgowcemi and @UofGSciEng.

Glasgow Orthopaedic Research Initiative – miniGLORI 2018

Further to the GLORI meeting organised back in February 2018 Dr Penelope M Tsimbouri has organised a smaller and vibrant “miniGLORI” involving people working on bone marrow related projects and more. Please RSVP with Dr Tsimbouri if you plan to attend. Hold the date for miniGLORI 2018! When: Friday 23rd of November, 1:30-4:30pm. Venue: room 526 James

Making stem cells feel at home

Stem cells can develop into many different cell types and allow our bodies to heal, such as when making new bone after a fracture. The immediate environment around them is highly specialised, it conveys both mechanical and chemical signals to the stem cells, and this has a big effect on their activity. They ‘decide’ what

Shortlisted! THE Awards 2018, Research Project of the Year: STEM category

We have been shortlisted for the Times Higher Education Awards 2018 with our FABW funded project for bone repair technologies. We are in the Research Project of the Year: STEM category. The award ceremony is scheduled for the 29th of November in London. More details about the shortlisting and the project in this blog post in our

Curiosity Live weekend at the Glasgow Science Festival

What a thrilling experience this weekend at the Glasgow Science Center. It feels so great and cool to explain our work to people from all backgrounds and ages. Over this weekend we’ve seen many groups of kids and also parents and seniors. I start my pitch and look at their faces to adapt and make