A dummies guide to researching how AAG induces Endoplasmic Reticulum stress

Welcome back to my last blog post. Apologies for the title I couldn’t come up with any alliteration or film references for this one, however, to paraphrase the words of Thomas Dolby that I am currently listening to hopefully I can blind you with science. As it has been almost a good 2 months since […]

The Unfolded Protein response: Or how to keep your Christmas present production line in order

Season’s Greetings and welcome back to my blog dear readers. Hopefully you had a wonderful Christmas day and boxing day as I did, I found it very relaxing cuddled up to my dogs and watching Paddington 2. But there “ain’t no rest for the wicked” even over Christmas, so back to the science we go. […]

What Nobody Knows about Mitochondrial Antiviral Signalling Protein

A new year, a new project! Hi all, its Katrina here, I’ve been studying at the University of Surrey for several years now; one of my favourite things about studying here is the opportunity to undertake novel practical research into real unknowns in the world of Biochemistry. So, what is my project? It’s ‘an investigation […]

Let’s talk about Stress…

Hello to you all!  I’m surprised to be in such a positive mood on such a gloomy day, as it raining heavily outside while I’m typing out these words. Nil the Cancer Researcher is back! (You know you are a nerd when you give yourself a science-y nickname). Please don’t judge for my attempt to […]

Dancing to the beauty of the brain

Have you thought of how we are able to speak, think or move? Well, the brain is the most complex organ of the body, which is responsible for every thought, action, decision, memory, feeling or any experience we get to have during our lifetime.  I personally think that it is the most important organ in […]

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