Wednesday, 11 February 2015
Lord Kelvin Adam Smith funding awarded to Watson & Elmer!
Our interdisciplinary project
“Convergence, connectivity, and continuity: Topological perspectives for mining novel biological information from ‘omics data”
and super-candidate Mel Chen from Australia have been awarded a Lord Kelvin Adam Smith PhD Scholarship from the University of Glasgow!
This research will bridge algebraic topology (L. Watson, Maths) and evolutionary biology (K. Elmer, IBAHCM). We look forward to welcoming Mel to Glasgow in the autumn.
Posted by Elmer Lab at 09:39