End of a decade

December 2019

As the year comes to a close, the lab celebrates its first decade, with the annual xmas feast. Silly hats included.

MeBOP - Thrilled to be part of such an fantasitic project

July 2019

With full respect to Omar Harb and Lilach Sheiner for their efforts in starting and running (now year 4) the MeBOP course... Jake very honoured to be one of the speakers (and very happy with MeBOP t-shirt - soon to appear on lab runs). https://www.middle-eastbop.com/

All change! Farewell to Nando, Kate, Linda and Irene

July 2019

There's a lot of change! As we welcome Karolina, we say good bye to four members of the lab off to start PhD's (Irene and Linda), revolutionise industry (Kate) or take the helm of lab management (Nando). Good luck - we will miss you all!

Our first chemisty Dr! Well done Charlie

February 2019

Great to see Charlie pass his viva - our first chemist, and first ICB CDT PhD student to complete. Terrific to share the journey with the Tate lab @ Imperial. Good on ya! Surfs up.

Baum lab retreat 2017

June 2017

24 hours in the Kent Countryside - fresh air, team building, late night philosophical musings and amazing catering (thanks Kathrin and team). Despite the absence of science on the agenda mumblings of new ideas and experiments peppered discussions about ultimate play lists and swimming races in the pool.

Baum Lab Football

May 23rd 2017

Bringing our own unique qualities to the Beautiful Game - Hyde Park played has already played host to the inaugural Baum Lab football match. Now that the game is a near regular occurrence, and thanks to Tin's amazing drone the lab is taking football to a whole new level... From match to movie... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlEy6YCD6eA

Native Scientist @ the Goethe Institute

April 3rd 2017

In a collaboration between the Native Scientist and the Goethe Institute London, Marion represented the lab in showing small groups of students about our work on malaria, identifying mosquito larvae, pupae and adults, diagnosing blood stage malaria by microscopy, and "finding a new drug against malaria" by getting velcro covered balls to stick on parasites contained within the lifecycle! Hervorragend!

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