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Proteomics Clinical Applications cover, 2012, vol. 6 (no. 7-8) // Image by Adam Byron // Reproduced with permission from Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA

Proteomics Clinical Applications cover, 2012, vol. 6 (no. 7-8)

My image features on the cover of the current issue of the journal Proteomics Clinical Applications.

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Three of my images have been shortlisted for the European Proteomics Association (EuPA) 2012 Proteomics Photography and Graphic Arts Contest. The three images illustrate different aspects of proteomics, which is the study of all proteins in a given system, such as a cell. You can vote for your favourite image here.

Supercomplexity // Image by Adam Byron

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This week’s issue of Science Signaling features an image that I designed for its cover. In conjunction with this week’s Science Special Issue on Dealing with Data, the Science Signaling Focus Issue examines the issues surrounding the rapid increase in the generation of research data and how to address the challenges of storing, curating and accessing these data.

Science Signaling cover, 2011, vol. 4 (no. 160) // Image by Adam Byron // Reproduced with permission from AAAS

Science Signaling cover, 2011, vol. 4 (no. 160)

My cover image is based on data from the proteomic analysis of integrin adhesion complexes, which we published previously in Science Signaling. In the image, proteins detected by mass spectrometry in different signalling complexes were compared by hierarchical clustering and displayed as a heat map.

Four of my images have been shortlisted for the European Proteomics Association (EuPA2010 Photography and Graphic Arts Contest. The images attempt to illustrate the complexity of cell signalling, and they represent different aspects of my work on the proteomic analysis of integrin adhesion complexes in Martin Humphries’s lab.

Citrus Gels

Citrus Gels

You can view my shortlisted entries (#16-#19, inclusive) here, where you also have the opportunity to vote for your favourite!

BSCB Newsletter cover, 2009, Autumn

BSCB Newsletter cover, 2009, Autumn

My Meeting Report on the Keystone Symposia meeting entitled “Omics Meets Cell Biology” has been published in the Autumn 2009 issue of the BSCB Newsletter.

I attended the Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology: Omics Meets Cell Biology meeting from 25–30 January 2009 in the snowy heights of Breckenridge, Colorado, USA. The conference, the first Omics Meets Cell Biology Keystone Symposium, brought together leading experts in cell biology and “omics” technologies (genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, etc.) to discuss the ever-growing interface between the two disciplines.
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