Research assistant, University of Aberdeen
I’ve been working on looking at the genes involved in the development of eyes and also looking at what genes are involved when things go wrong with eye development…
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NHS Clinical Scientist (Bioinformatic Genomics)
It’s not ready just yet, but I’m very excited about whole genomic sequencing coming into use in the clinic. Ultimately this will give more patients an answer or the cause of their condition…
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Quantum Computing Researcher, University of Strathclyde
People tend to believe that Quantum Computers are simply faster than Classical ones at every task. This is very much not true. Not only are they not faster at some problems, there’s loads of things that a Quantum Computer can never be used for that a Classical one can!
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Head of Physics, University of Dundee
A team in Italy reported the observation of antimatter wave interference of single positrons. The positrons pass through two simple gratings, separated by 118 millimeters, each with a repeat of about 1 micrometer, then the positron is detected on a nuclear emulsion detector….
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