The Daphne Jackson Trust Research Conference

12 October 2013 | News, Daphne Jackson Trust Conference news

Our 2013 Research Conference is finally here!

On Friday 25th October, you’ll find us at the Royal Society, London where we are hosting our Research Conference.

We have eight Daphne Jackson Fellows presenting their novel research on topics ranging from using decomposing biomass as a renewable energy source, to the fine structure of DNA and how it influences gene expression during nerve cell development.

There’ll also be lots of exciting research displayed in posters at the event.

We’ll be sharing highlights of the day via twitter and we hope you will join the conversation @DaphneJacksonTR using the hashtag #DJTRC2013.

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