We welcome Emma Tollafield to the team! Emma will be a technician in the group, supporting the project on host range evolution in biofilms.
What drives chirality in E. coli colonies? We, Andrés Aranda-Díaz, KC Huang, myself and a number of colleagues went out to see whether it is twisting of single cells during growth. But again and again, the experiments did not allow us to make this conclusion. Finally,...
We are welcoming applicants to Exeter's EPSRC DTP who want to pursue their PhD in our group and those of wonderful colleagues. You will need to apply with a project proposal, and here are two ideas: Modelling viruses in crowded biological environments – from...
First news post after such a memorable year! While group life and research went on, our website fell silent, got hacked, and found a new home in 2020: https://www.moebiuslabexeter.uk.
Wolfram had the pleasure to present at the Quantitative Methods in Gene Regulation V meeting in London. Many exciting talks at the interface of physics and biology!
Our new preprint The collective effect of finite-sized inhomogeneities on the spatial spread of populations in two dimensions is available on arXiv.
Lucy and Thomas joined the group and started their PhD work! Welcome to the group!