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Florian Ströhl wins best poster prize at British Biophysical Society Meeting 2016

last modified Jul 12, 2016 05:11 PM
During a successful visit to the British Biophysical Society Meeting 2016, group members presented their work, with Florian Ströhl's poster on single molecule translation imaging being awarded the best poster prize.

The British Biophysical Society Meeting is a key date in the calendars of biophysicists working in the UK, with 2016's conference being held at the University of Liverpool. PhD student Florian Ströhl's work on single molecule translation imaging, in collaboration with researchers from the Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, was presented as a poster and awarded the British Biophysical Society's Best Poster prize.

The BBS is the second-oldest biophysical society in the world, with its biennial meeting attracting key players from research and industry from all over the world.