Luke off to St. Andrews to do some collaborative ion channel work

For the next two weeks Luke will be visiting the lab of Dr. Sam Pitt at St. Andrews University to learn single channel recordings as part of our NCL research project funded by the NCL Stiftung.

St. Andrews is the third oldest of the English speaking Universities in the world and is also known for it’s golf course. Luke will be there to complete work for a paper and to pick up these techniques so we can eventually establish single channel recordings at Cardiff.

Many thanks to Sam for assisting us with this work and we hope this will be the beginning of further collaboration on this and other projects down the line.

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