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Blog Entry Student wins support to tackle mental health issues from RBS
Student succeeds in national pitching competition, winning support to deliver social impact venture
Located in News and Events / / 2016 Archive / March
Blog Entry University expertise shapes national guidelines
Advice from University researchers aims to tackle obesity and incidence of diabetes
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / July
Blog Entry Study shows students' attitudes to academic use of social media
A University of Leicester-led study shows students display “Visitor” and “Resident” characteristics when using social media for learning
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / April
Blog Entry Graduate takes part in ITV’s Ninja Warrior
Leicester alumnus Teige Matthews-Palmer went from studying to scaling obstacles on national TV
Located in News and Events / / 2015 Archive / June
Blog Entry Alumna wins top science writers award
Biological Sciences graduate Jo Marchant awarded best news item prize
Located in News and Events / / 2017 Archive / May
Blog Entry New report suggests freshers struggle to remember basic A-level concepts
Professor Jon Scott involved in developing and implementing national study
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / June
Blog Entry The School of Biological Sciences achieves Society of Biology accreditation
Located in Academic Departments / Biological Sciences / News and Events
Home page for Pat Heslop-Harrison
Pat Heslop-Harrison, Trude Schwarzacher and the Molecular Cytogenetics and Plant Cell Biology Group study the biology of the cell nucleus: its spatial and dynamic organisation or architecture, the function and interactions of its components, and the nature, evolution, expression, recombination and segregation of the DNA sequences within the nucleus at interphase, mitosis and meiosis. We look at repetitive DNA and its evolution, with a particular focus on tandemly repeated satellite sequences and retrotransposons. Key methods include molecular cytogenetics, DNA sequence analysis and systems biology approaches. Taking a comparative genomics approach, we have interlinked projects with a range of different species: a particular focus is on plant crop species (banana, cereals including wheat, rye and barley, brassicas, and cowpea), while important projects include work with Dictyostelium, Drosophila, Scallops (Pecten), and bovids.
Located in Members
Blog Entry University of Leicester in the news: 10 October - 19 October 2011
A regular review from the Press Office of coverage of the University in the media
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / October
Blog Entry A fortnight in University News: 5 - 20 April
The campus may have been quiet over the Easter break but there was still plenty of activity here at Leicester.
Located in News and Events / / 2012 Archive / April

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