Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Olympics have come to town!

At Nonlinear Dynamics we are all very excited as the Olympics have come to town! Our headquarters are in the city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in the north-east of England, which has a famous football stadium called St James’ Park.  This magnificent venue has been selected to hold 9 Olympic football matches, including a men’s and women’s […]

A water-filled week at EuPA / BSPR 2012

Last week I attended 2 very watery Scottish-related events.  The first was the Wimbledon Men’s final, starring Andy Murray, which was a wet affair until the impressive centre court roof was closed.  The second was the EuPA/BSPR 2012 meeting in rain-soaked Glasgow.  Luckily I had my wellies for both! I attended the meeting with my […]

Proof-of-principle translating discovery proteomics experiments to pre-clinical biomarker verification

A report from the Institute of Medicine has highlighted the on-going challenge of translational proteomics with this line, “transforming the great promise of these new [‘omics] technologies into clinical laboratory tests that can help patients directly has happened more slowly than anticipated.” So, it’s good to be able to share a publication by one of […]