Signet News and Opportunities
SIGNET / CPIB multicellular image competition (23 Mar 2011)SIGNET and CPIB have launched a Science image competition, focusing on the theme of multicellular systems. First prize is a £100 Amazon voucher.
Joe Hemsted awarded support for a collaborative visit (1 Jan 2011)Joe Hemsted (Institute of Molecular Plant
Sciences, University of Edinburgh) has been awarded support (£1000) from SIGNET for a short collaborative visit to Dr Christian Fleck at the Centre for Biological Systems Analysis (ZBSA) in Freiburg.
Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova awarded support for a Synthetic Biology Feasibility Study (28 June 2010)Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova (Engineering Mathematics, University of Bristol) has been awarded support (£2000) from SIGNET to support a Synthetic Biology Feasibility Study - on an innovative approach to bacterial population synchronisation.
Alex Webb awarded support to develop a new collaboration (13 April 2010)Alex Webb (Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge) has been awarded support (£1000) from SIGNET to support a new collaboration with Dr Reiko Tanaka (Bioengineering and Mathematical Sciences, Imperial College London) on "Control Logic of Plant Stress Gene Networks".
Biswa Sengupta awarded support for a collaborative visit (19 February 2010)Biswa Sengupta (Neural Circuit Design Group, University of Cambridge) has been awarded support (£1000) from SIGNET for a short collaborative visit to Dr. Martin Stemmler & Prof. Andreas Herz at the Bernstein Center in Munich University.
SIGNET/BBSRC summer student helps Bristol win "Best Model" at iGEM 2008 (17 November 2008)
SIGNET web site goes live (25 January 2008)The first version of the SIGNET website was launched on 25 January 2008. Suggestions for additions or improvements are welcome.
SIGNET funded by the BBSRC (6 November 2007)
A Cell Signalling Network, SIGNET, has been funded under the BBSRC's Mathematical Tools for Systems Biology scheme (MATSYB).