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Revision as of 10:22, 26 October 2010







Sponsors



Acknowledgements


Chris French – for EVERYTHING!

Alastair Elfick – for the support

Damian Barnard – for all the useful tips and for going to Paris (we know it can’t have been pleasant)

Kelly Joblin - for teaching Maria how to electroporate cells without killing them all

Jane and Emma – for having faith, being interested and for giving us the idea to write a sci-fi story

Robbie – for the additional help

The Wellcome Trust – for the funding

Sahreena – for helping in the lab

Mexico UNAM-Genomics – for YFP, CcaS and the collaboration

Newcastle – for having us

Cambridge – for the potential collaboration

Mr Gene – for the synthesis

The Gene Pool – for the sequencing

The technicians on floor 8 – for the cleaning and helping during crises

The Lothian and Borders Fire Board – for turning off the fire alarm and letting us out of the rain and into the building

Tetley’s – for the life-saving

Fox’s – for the lovely lovely biscuits

The bus drivers – for getting us to and from work in the rain

The KB house staff – for feeding us every day

Gilbert – for always being there

Kenny – for being the mascot

Ridley Scott – for xenomorphs




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