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The Physics of Living Matter explores how the techniques, methods and general philosophy of the Physical Sciences can be applied to Biology. It is concerned with the structure and organization of biological systems and has the cell at its centre. From there, it extends both down to the molecular realm and upwards towards the tissue/organism level.

This year’s symposium PLM6 will be held on the 19th and 20th of September 2011. The Lawrence Bragg lecturer this year will be Professor Sir Paul Nurse

Please note that this meeting is now fully booked. Registration will now place you onto a waiting list.

Please register for each day separately:

DAY 1 : http://workshop.ccbi.cam.ac.uk/register/5zlom3xy/

DAY 2 : http://workshop.ccbi.cam.ac.uk/register/p06gib6w/

Registration is free for University of Cambridge researchers and affiliates. If you are from outside of Cambridge please note there is a registration fee of £100. Cheques in GBP payable to ‘University of Cambridge’ are acceptable in advance or on the day. Cash on the day is also acceptable. One payment covers registration for both days, and includes lunch on the 20th and tea coffee on both days.

For more information on the PLM symposium series go to: http://www.pom.cam.ac.uk/events.html

PLM6 is financially supported by the Company of Biologists, Andor Technologies, GSK , Dr Reddy’s, and the Journal of the Royal Society Interface.

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Closing Remarks

UserProfessor Alfonso Martinez Arias ( Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge).

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 20 September 2011, 17:30-17:35

Planar cell polarity: From cell biology to human disease

UserProfessor John Wallingford, University of Texas, Austin, Texas, USA.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 20 September 2011, 17:00-17:25

Mechanical forces driving zebrafish epiboly

UserDr Carl-Philipp Heisenberg, IST Austria, Klosterneuburg, Austria.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 20 September 2011, 16:30-16:55

Collective migration of neural crest cells: a balance of repulsion and attraction

UserProfessor Roberto Mayor, University College London, UK.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 20 September 2011, 16:00-16:25

Mechanisms of morphogenesis in early embryos

UserDr Benedicte Sanson, Department of Physiology Development and Neuroscience, University of Cambridge, UK.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 20 September 2011, 15:00-15:25

Mechanical regulation of the cytoskeleton

UserDan Fletcher, UC Berkeley, USA.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 20 September 2011, 14:30-14:55

Zooming into the molecular networks that regulate cellular morphogenesis

UserDr Rafael Carazo Salas, Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge, UK.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 20 September 2011, 12:45-13:10

Modeling cytoskeletal systems.

UserDr Francois Nedelec, EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 20 September 2011, 12:15-12:40

Transport in random fields and applications to Drosophila melanogaster

UserDr Isabel Palacios, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, UK.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 20 September 2011, 11:45-12:10

Patterns in active fluids

UserDr Stephan Grill, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden, Germany.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 20 September 2011, 10:30-10:55

Chemotaxis: linking cell shape, behaviour and strategy

UserRobert Endres, Imperial College, London, UK.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 20 September 2011, 09:30-09:55

Controlling the Cell Cycle

Please note this seminar is Fully Booked The Lawrence Bragg Lecture 2011

UserProfessor Sir Paul Nurse, The Royal Society, UK.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockMonday 19 September 2011, 16:50-18:00

Systems Analysis in Single Cells

UserProfessor Mike White, University of Manchester, UK.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockMonday 19 September 2011, 16:20-16:45

Tracking stem cells at the single cell level: New tools for old questions

UserDr Timm Schroeder, Institute of Stem Cell Research, Helmholtz, Munich, Germany.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockMonday 19 September 2011, 15:50-16:15

'Measuring the molecular dynamics of endocytosis using light microscopy

UserDr Christien Merrifield, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockMonday 19 September 2011, 14:50-15:15

Fate restriction and multipotency in retinal stem cells

UserDr Jochen Wittbrobt, Department of Molecular and Developmental Biology and Physiology, University of Heidelberg, Germany.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockMonday 19 September 2011, 14:20-14:45

Embryonic patterning with an oscillating cell population

UserDr Andrew Oates, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden, Germany.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockMonday 19 September 2011, 13:50-14:15

Introduction to Physics of Living Matter Symposium 6

Registration is Required for this Meeting

UserProfessor Alfonso Martinez Arias, Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockMonday 19 September 2011, 13:30-13:45

The social biology of sucrose utilization in yeast: I might like you better if we stuck together

The Bragg Lecture 2010

UserAndrew Murray, Department of Molecular Cell Biology, Harvard University, Boston, USA.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 29 September 2010, 17:30-18:30

Collective Cell Migration: Leadership, Invasion and Segregation

UserAlexandre Kabla, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 29 September 2010, 17:00-17:30

Tissue tectonics: quantitative morphogenesis across spatial and temporal scales

UserGuy Blanchard, Department of Physiology, Development and Neurobiology, University of Cambridge.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 29 September 2010, 16:30-17:00

The physical forces behind collective cell migration

UserXavier Trepat, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 29 September 2010, 15:30-16:00

Rigidity comes with age: biomechanical models of tip growth

UserBela Mulder, Fundamental Research on Matter Institute, Amsterdam, Holland.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 29 September 2010, 15:00-15:30

Forces and Regulation for Cell Sheet Movements in Dorsal Closure

UserDan Kiehart, Department of Biology, Duke University, Durham USA.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 29 September 2010, 14:30-15:00

Experimental studies and simulations of factors that power and steer mitotic spindle movements

UserViji Draviam, Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 29 September 2010, 14:00-14:30

Tracking stem cells at the single cell level: new tools for old questions

UserTimm Schroeder, Helmholtz Center Munich, Germany.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 29 September 2010, 11:30-12:00

A role for structured noise in developmental pattern refinement

UserBuzz Baum, LMCB University College London, London.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 29 September 2010, 11:00-11:30

Variability in the cellular response to death receptor ligands

UserSuzanne Gaudet, Dana Farber Harvard Cancer Center, Boston, USA.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 29 September 2010, 10:00-10:30

Universal patterns of stem and progenitor cell fate in adult tissue

UserAllon Klein, Department of Systems Biology, Harvard University, Boston, USA.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 29 September 2010, 09:30-10:00

Development of connections in the Drosophila nervous system - from growth to function

UserMichael Bate, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 28 September 2010, 17:30-18:00

Mechanics in neuronal development

UserKristian Franze, Department of Physics. The Cavendish Lab, University of Cambridge.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 28 September 2010, 17:00-17:30

Cell dynamics driving gastrulation in the mouse embryo

UserKat Hadjantonakis, Sloan Kettering Memorial, New York, USA.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 28 September 2010, 16:30-17:00

Understanding How Cell Movements Direct Early Mouse Embryogenesis

UserShankar Srinivas, Department of Physiology, anatomy and genetics, University of Oxford.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 28 September 2010, 16:00-16:30

Matricellular Elasticity and Nuclear Rigidification with Epigenetic implications

UserDennis Discher, Biophysical Engineering lab at University of Pennsylvania, Philadephia, USA.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 28 September 2010, 15:00-15:30

Growth, Form and Patterning in Development

UserBoris Shraiman, KITP University Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, USA.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 28 September 2010, 14:00-14:30

Physics of Living Matter 4 (day2)

Usersee abstract for detials.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockWednesday 23 September 2009, 09:00-18:00

Physics of Living Matter 4 (day1)

Usersee abstract for details.

HouseMR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.

ClockTuesday 22 September 2009, 13:00-18:10

L. Bragg lecture: "Single-Molecule Approach for Biochemistry, Molecular Biology ... and Beyond"

Chair: Professor Peter Littlewood

UserProfessor Sunney Xie, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology University of Harvard.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockWednesday 17 December 2008, 16:00-17:00

Shape, Polarity and Individuation of Animal Cells

UserDr Michel Bornens, Institute Curie, France.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockWednesday 17 December 2008, 15:00-15:30

Title to be confirmed

UserDr. Damian Brunner, EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockWednesday 17 December 2008, 14:30-15:00

Title to be confirmed

Chair: Professor Alfonso Martinez Arias

UserDr Krystyne J. Van Vliet, Department of Materials Science & Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockWednesday 17 December 2008, 14:00-14:30

Patterns of stem and progenitor cell fate in adult tissues

UserProfessor Ben Simons, Department of Physics, University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockWednesday 17 December 2008, 12:00-12:30

Multipotency and Cell Fate decision on the Epigenetic Landscape: From Metaphor to Molecules and Mathematical Model

UserDr Sui Huang, Institute for Biocomplexity and Informatics, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockWednesday 17 December 2008, 11:30-12:00

Excitable systems in cell populations

UserDr. Jordi Garcia Ojalvo, Polytechnical University of Barcelona, Spain.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockWednesday 17 December 2008, 11:00-11:30

Antitrypsin deficiency and the serpinopathies

UserProfessor David A Lomas, Department of Medicine, Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockWednesday 17 December 2008, 10:00-10:30

DNA: Not just a double helix

UserDr Julian Huppert, Physics of Medicine, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockWednesday 17 December 2008, 09:30-10:00

Glimpses of quantum mechanics in biology

Physics, Molecules and Cells - Chair: Dr David Summers

UserProfessor Mike Payne, Theory of Condensed Matter, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockWednesday 17 December 2008, 09:00-09:30

GRAND OPENING of the Physics of Medicine Building

UserProfessor Alison Richard, Vice Chancellor, University of Cambridge Professor Sir Aaron Klug, MRC LMB, Cambridge Professor David Delpy, Chief Executive of EPSRC.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockTuesday 16 December 2008, 16:00-18:30

Computer modelling of the heart

UserProfessor Denis Noble, Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics, University of Oxford, Oxford UK.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockTuesday 16 December 2008, 15:00-15:30

Reverse engineering the brain: what photons and electrons can tell us about thought.

UserProfessor Winfried Denk, Max-Planck Institute for Medical Research, Biomedizinische Optuik, Germany.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockTuesday 16 December 2008, 14:30-15:00

Of mice, men, and microscopes: Watching the brain dynamics of motor control at the cellular scale in behaving subjects

UserDr Mark Schnitzer, Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University, Stanford, USA.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockTuesday 16 December 2008, 14:00-14:30

Medical Materials

Physics and Medicine (cont) – Chair Professor Athene Donald

UserDr Ruth Cameron, Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockTuesday 16 December 2008, 13:30-14:00

New materials for regenerative medicine applications

UserProfessor Kevin Shakesheff, Professor of Advanced Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering, School of Pharmacy, University of Nottingham, UK.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockTuesday 16 December 2008, 12:00-12:30

Mechanical manipulation of single molecules in nanopores

UserDr Ulrich Keyser, Institute for Experimental Physics, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockTuesday 16 December 2008, 11:00-11:30

Novel Photonics for the Biomedical Sciences

UserProfessor Kishan Dholakia, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, UK.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockTuesday 16 December 2008, 10:30-11:00

Imaging biology in the cancer patient

Session 1: Physics and Medicine – Chair Professor Peter Littlewood

UserProfessor Kevin Brindle Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockTuesday 16 December 2008, 10:00-10:30

Physics of Living Matter 3

registration is now closed as the meeting is oversubscribed, thank you

Userregistration is now closed as the meeting is oversubscribed, thank you.

HousePippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics.

ClockTuesday 16 December 2008, 09:00-18:00

From words to literature in structural proteomics

L Bragg Lecture

UserWolfgang Baumeister Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried (Germany).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 16 November 2007, 17:00-18:00

Molecular imaging using hyperpolarised carbon-13

From molecules to cells

UserFerdia Gallagher Departments of Biochemistry and Radiology, University of Cambridge (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 16 November 2007, 16:30-17:00

No harm in looking? The effects of optical imaging on cytoplasm

From molecules to cells

UserBrad Amos MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, University of Cambridge (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 16 November 2007, 15:30-16:00

The poroelastic properties of cytoplasm: theory and experiments

From molecules to cells

UserGuillaume Charras UCL, London Centre for Nanotechnology, London (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 16 November 2007, 15:00-15:30

Structure and dynamics of the cell membrane and cytoskeleton

From molecules to cells

UserPietro Cicuta Department of Physics, University of Cambridge (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 16 November 2007, 14:30-15:00

Where mechanics and biochemistry meet: probing the dynamics of cell polarization and morphogenesis

Dynamics of cell assemblies

UserEd Munro Center for Cells Dynamics, Friday Harbor Labs, University of Washington, Seattle (USA).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 16 November 2007, 12:00-12:30

Coupling cell cycle morphogenesis and mitotic spindle orientation to regulate tissue morphogenesis

Dynamics of cell assemblies

UserYohanns Bellaiche Curie Institute, Paris (France).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 16 November 2007, 11:30-12:00

Biomechanics of epithelial sheet movements (in Drosophila)

Dynamics of cell assemblies

UserNicole Gorfinkiel, Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 16 November 2007, 11:00-11:30

To see the light - living optical fibers in the vertebrate retina

Dynamics of cell assemblies

UserJochen Guck Department of Physics, University of Cambridge (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 16 November 2007, 10:00-10:30

Morphogen transport and gradient formation

Dynamics of cell assemblies

UserFrank Jülicher Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden (Germany).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 16 November 2007, 09:30-10:00

Mesoscopic events in living cells: insights from bacterial chemotaxis

Dynamics of cell assemblies

UserDennis Bray Physiological Laboratory, University of Cambridge (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 16 November 2007, 09:00-09:30

Physics and the designs of brains

Emerging properties of biological networks

UserSimon Laughlin Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockThursday 15 November 2007, 17:30-18:00

Spontaneous activity in the developing nervous system: form and function

Emerging properties of biological networks

UserStephen Eglen. DAMTP, University of Cambridge (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockThursday 15 November 2007, 17:00-17:30

Creation and destruction of biological polymer networks

Emerging properties of biological networks

UserDyche Mullins Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology, University of San Francisco (USA).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockThursday 15 November 2007, 16:30-17:00

Shift happens: A systems-level analysis of the gap gene network in Drosophila

Emerging properties of biological networks

UserJohannes Jaeger Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockThursday 15 November 2007, 15:30-16:00

Evidence for the influence of nuclear architecture in shaping the organisation of genes in eukaryotic chromosomes

Emerging properties of biological networks

UserMadan Babu, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, University of Cambridge (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockThursday 15 November 2007, 15:00-15:30

Learning from the worm: predicting phenotype from genotype

Emerging properties of biological networks

UserAndrew Fraser, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge (UK).

HouseLubbock Room, Peterhouse, Cambridge.

ClockThursday 15 November 2007, 14:30-15:00

Closing Remarks

UserProfessor Peter Littlewood (Department of Physics, Cambridge).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 17:15-17:30

The brain as a statistical machine

The Activity of Living Matter

UserProfessor Daniel Wolpert (Department of Engineering, Cambridge).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 16:45-17:15

Physical principles of sensory transduction

The Activity of Living Matter

UserDr Tom Duke, Department of Physics, Cambridge.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 16:15-16:45

Evolving mechanisms of Pattern Generation: Segmentation in Animals

The Activity of Living Matter

UserProfessor Michael Akam (Laboratory for Development and Evolution, Department of Zoology, Cambridge).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 15:15-15:45

Kinetics of Morphogen Gradient Formation

The Activity of Living Matter

UserDr Marcos Gonzalez Gaitan (Cell Biology, Geneva, Switzerland).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 14:45-15:15

Imaging embryonic morphogenesis

The Activity of Living Matter

UserDr Richard Adams (Department of Physiology Development and Neuroscience).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 14:15-14:45

Reaction diffusion and collective behavior in the self-organisation of the mitotic spindle

The Activity of Living Matter

UserProfessor Eric Karsenti (EMBL, Heidelberg).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 12:00-12:50

Multidimensional fluorescence imaging in living cells

Watching Living Matter

UserDr Clemens Kaminski (Department of Chemical Engineering, Cambridge).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 11:30-12:00

Studying Single Molecules on living cells

Watching Living Matter

UserDr David Klenerman (Department of Chemistry, Cambridge).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 11:00-11:30

Dissecting a protein-protein interaction in living cells

Watching Living Matter

UserProfessor Ashok Venkitaraman, MRC Hutchison Laboratory.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 10:00-10:30

Watching and modelling limb development

Watching Living Matter

UserDr James Sharpe (Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 09:30-10:00

Visualisation and Modelling of Plant Morphogenesis

Watching Living Matter

UserDr Jim Haseloff (Department of Plant Sciences, Cambridge).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockFriday 17 November 2006, 09:00-09:30

Imaging the Developmental Mechanics of the Heart

The Structure of Living Matter

UserProfessor Scott Fraser (California Institute of Technology, Pasadena).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockThursday 16 November 2006, 17:15-18:00

How nature "designs" elastic polymers

The Structure of Living Matter

UserDr Jane Clarke, Department of Chemistry.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockThursday 16 November 2006, 16:45-17:15

Can Polymer Physics Help Cellular Biomedicine?

The Structure of Living Matter

UserProfessor Josef Käs (Soft Matter Physics, Leipzig).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockThursday 16 November 2006, 16:15-16:45

Physical Aspects of Evolutionary Transitions to Multicellularity

The Structure of Living Matter

UserProfessor Ray Goldstein (DAMTP, Cambridge).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockThursday 16 November 2006, 15:15-15:45

Soft Matter Physics of Cells

The Structure of Living Matter

UserProfessor Athene Donald (Department of Physics, Cambridge).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockThursday 16 November 2006, 14:45-15:15

Understanding Biology from the Atomistic Scale

The Structure of Living Matter

UserProfessor Mike Payne, Cavendish Laboratory.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockThursday 16 November 2006, 14:15-14:45

Introduction and Welcome

UserProfessor Peter Littlewood (Department of Physics, Cambridge).

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockThursday 16 November 2006, 14:00-14:15

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