Tag Archives: Cornwall

Magic Seaweed

Long time no post in these strange times. Lots of upheaval with closed labs and online teaching preparations, which has meant more work to do in less time (half my time was spent homeschooling). This post has nothing to do … Continue reading

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Paper Out: Patterns of cross‐resistance and collateral sensitivity between clinical antibiotics and natural antimicrobials

Although having previously mainly worked in soil- and evolutionary microbiology and currently working in a Medical School, I started out as a marine biologist. After my move to Cornwall my love for the marine environment was rekindled by exploring some … Continue reading

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The University of Exeter has a large contingent of researchers involved in Marine Sciences. As this perhaps has been a bit underappreciated in the past, Prof. Brendan Godley is currently leading the charge to tell the world what amazing activities … Continue reading

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Eden Project and the Human Microbiome

Last thursday and Friday, Will and I attended a Human Microbiome workshop at the Eden Project near St. Austell here in Cornwall. The Eden Project is an educational charity centered around the Rainforest Biome (domes left in the picture), the … Continue reading

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Cornish Critters: Part I

Long time no post, as I have been busy with a variety of things: purchasing equipment for the two new labs we’re moving into (in the ESI building at Tremough Campus and in the clinical microbiology lab in the Royal … Continue reading

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