July 1, 2016

To say the last few days have been uneventful would be a huge understatement. The referendum result has been done to death, so all I'll say is that we are all hugely disappointed with the outcome and we hope that something positive can be made of the current mess!...

March 7, 2016

It was great this week to host MatOrtho, a company who make replacement joints, during a workshop on the Engineering Replacement Body Parts module. 


Carolina Avila is a senior development engineer at the company, and she kindly gave up her time to travel to the uni to...

February 14, 2016

It's been a busy few weeks with the start of the new semester. I currently lead an undergrad module called 'Engineering Replacement Body Parts', and I've been busy giving lectures, sorting out the admin and generall getting the students set up for the course ahead of t...

February 3, 2016

Regular readers of this blog will know Agnieszka got her paper out before Christmas. For some reason (maybe because we mentioned salamanders in the press release...?) it was picked up quite widely in the press, and we had articles about us (written with varying degrees...

December 21, 2015

Merry Christmas everybody!


To get you in the festive spirit, what better than some fun science-related Christmas photos. Here are a couple designed by Agnes. They're both made up of lots of colourful pictures of bone marrow cells, imaged using a machine called an 'Imag...

November 19, 2015

It's been a long time in the pipeline, but I am proud to say that Agnieszka's paper on Wnt and bone stem cells was published yesterday in the journal Stem Cells. Check it out here. 




It is called Transient Canonical Wnt Stimulation Enriches Human Bone Marrow Mononucle...

September 4, 2015


One of the excellent things about being a scientist is you get to travel, present the work you've been doing, and meet some really amazing other scientists. This week I had the pleasure of being up in Edinburgh for the Bone Research Society meeting, this year extra sp...

July 16, 2015

Nick recently welcomed a group of twenty-four 15-16 year old students participating on the Smallpeice Biomedical Engineering course at the University of Southampton. The kids were introduced to a number of lab techniques during their visit, including stem cell cul...

June 19, 2015

Edo has won an award from the Royal Society of Chemistry to travel to Boston in September to present his work at TERMIS on nanoparticle targeting of fracture sites. This prestigious award was awarded by the Chemical Biology Interface Division. Well done Edo!

May 1, 2015

Ines has been successful in a bursary application from the Laboratory Animal Science Association  to fund her trip to TERMIS to present her work on the using the chick chorioallantoic membrane to support the study of human bone repair. Good work Ines!

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