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My photograph has been shortlisted for the University of Manchester Images of Research Photography Competition. My image analogises fishing to the molecular techniques I use in the laboratory to investigate cell adhesion.

Molecular Fishing // Image by Adam Byron

The shortlisted images are currently being exhibited at the John Rylands Library, Deansgate (3-28 October), and then at the University of Manchester Science Spectacular event at Whitworth Hall (29 October). You can vote for your favourite image at one of these exhibitions or online here!

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Voting for the 2011 Labby Multimedia Awards has been extended until the end of today. You can vote here!

The Martin Humphries Lab website is a finalist for the 2011 Labby Website Award from The Scientist, which highlights the best scientific research website. Please have a browse around our website, and don’t forget to vote!

The Martin Humphries Lab website has been shortlisted for a 2011 Labby Multimedia Award from The Scientist magazine.

The Award highlights the best scientific website presenting research to the wider world, and we are very excited to be a finalist. There is a public vote, too, and you can cast your vote here!

Integrin heterodimer // Image by Adam Byron

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My website has been updated with a fresh new look!

Heatmap header

Heatmap header

I have simplified the structure of the site, and it now features a cleaner layout. I have also ported the site to WordPress. The address is now

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!