In this episode, researchers Liz Carpenter from the University of Oxford and Richard Nuetze from the University of Gothenburg discuss the recent advances in structural biology methods that are providing new insights into protein structure analysis.
Also, in our science roundtable with science writers Sarah C.P. Williams and Ashley Yeager, we discuss protein structure analysis, the science policies of the 2012 US presidential candidates, and other science news.
|Featured in this Episode|
|Liz Carpenter is a principal Investigator at The University of Oxford.|
|Richard Nuetze is professor of biochemistry at the University of Gothenburg.|
|Sarah C.P. Williams is a freelance science writer based out of Kailua, Hawaii. You can follow her latest work at http://www.facebook.com/sarahcpwilliams.
|Ashley Yeager works in the Office of News and Communications at Duke University and is also a freelance science writer. You can follow her at https://plus.google.com/104786459743651414888/about.
|Andrew S. Wiecek is news editor at BioTechniques and host of the monthly podcast BenchTalk.You can follow him at http://www.biotechniques.com/news.|
|Episode Notes & Links|
Liz Carpenter Interview
Behind the Scenes of GE's Cell Imaging Contest | BenchTalk, Episode 13
The Rise in Droplet PCR | BenchTalk, Episode 12
AGBT13 Round-Up: Advances in Genome Biology and Technology | BenchTalk, Episode 11 New York, NY
Cell Culture: Why Does It Remain Difficult? | BenchTalk, Episode 10 New York, NY
Cancer Stem Cells | BenchTalk, Episode 9 New York, NY
Optogenetics: Shining a Light on Neuroscience | BenchTalk, Episode 8 New York, NY