>> Lab talks: Tuesdays 1pm on Teams.
01 | The speaker should give a 30 minute presentation followed by 5-10 min of questions. You should use the forum for a polished talk with nice slides and being well rehearsed. However, this does not mean that you can only show perfect data. Please also include your negative, unexplained, puzzling, preliminary findings and current troubles and how you solved problems that you reported last time so that everybody can give feedback and learn from each other.
02 | Take part actively: Ask when you don't understand something. Ask if you don't know how an experiment was done. Ask what it means. You don't need to have a PhD to ask questions.
03 | Please bring your own coffee/drinks/snacks! Please Mute your microphone.
04 | The aim is to share information and get feedback within CMCB. Please don't take screenshots, tweet any details or talk to outsiders about unpublished results that you hear about at these meetings.
...any suggestions or questions, please talk to Nuria and Alonso.
23 February 2021 | Cross group
02 March 2021 | Straube group
09 March 2021 | Balasubramanian group
16 March 2021 | Koester group
23 March 2021 | Ratheesh group
30 March 2021 | McAinsh group
06 April 2021 | No Talk-Holiday Break
13 April 2021 | No talk-Holiday Break
20 April 2021 | Burroughs group
27 April 2021 | Cross group
04 May 2021 | Royle group
11 May 2021 | No talk - MT Meeting
18 May 2021 | McAinsh group
25 May 2021 | Smutny group
01 June 2021 | Dean group
08 June 2021 | No Talk
15 June 2021 | Balasubramanian group
22 June 2021 | Bowman group
29 June 2021 | CAMDU group
06 July 2021 | Royle group
13 July 2021 | Koester group
20 July 2021 | No talk - Holiday break