The Collaborative Award in Science, headed by the Dunn School's Susan Lea, has been made to a cross - departmental team.
Professor Lea said: “The cell is the fundamental unit of all life and there is an impending transformation in our understanding of how it functions. This will set the stage for a step-change in medicine and biotechnology, as well as being likely to found whole new industries – by analogy to the molecular biology revolution of the 20th century. These exciting changes are being catalysed by many advances, but the most direct technological revolution has been in cryo-electron microscopy.”
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