Science Away Day on the Strand

May 1, 2024

Some of the lab up on the terrace of Bush House grabbing lunch on our internal ‘Science Day’

Christmas Dinner in London

December 10, 2023

Dinner and drinks in London. At least for the 1/2 of the lab that wasn’t sick!

NanoSeries 2023 Poster Prize

June 1, 2023

Bringing home the bacon.

Mudchute Farm

December 10, 2022

A Christmas trip to Mudchute Farm.

Bake off

May 19, 2022

Group’s turn for coffee morning at Britannia House.

London commuting

February 1, 2022

Terrible commute.

Geocaching fun

October 20, 2021

Geocaching around London was enjoyed by all.

Lockdown Christmas

January 24, 2021

A Christmas break over lockdown in London.

Cheese Rolling Champion

June 12, 2018

Congratulations to Chris Parperis, winner of the 2018 Cooper’s Hill Cheese Rolling competition. Utter madman.


June 2, 2018

Pie. ‘Nuff said.

Cake Inspection

February 21, 2018

Lunch and cake with the group in Britannia House.

History of Science

December 18, 2017

A historic survey of London sites of particular scientific significance.

London Orbit Outing

December 14, 2016

Group outing up the London ArcelorMittal Orbit. …try to look serious!

Moving to London

March 1, 2016

Group working hard settling in after the move to London.

Canoeing on the Cherwell

June 22, 2015

Masters of the high seas.

Dr Mike Senior

April 11, 2015

Congratulations to Mike Senior after a successful viva. Cake. More Cake.

New group member

September 26, 2013

Newest arrival to the group.

Dinner at Wadham College

April 5, 2013

Dinner at Wadham after a day of fun.

Matthew Cheetham gives a Keynote Lecture

January 23, 2013

Dr Cheetham in his element as the after dinner keynote exploring the chemical composition of fermented malts.

In the trees

August 23, 2012

Group outing to Go Ape, Wendover. Don’t look down Mike…

Journal Pub

October 1, 2009

‘Journal Pub’ at the University Club circa 2009.

A New Hope

April 11, 2006

Welp, what now?

2002 Weber award

June 1, 2002

A very fresh faced Mark collects the 2002 Gregorio Weber International Prize in Biological Fluorescence, Hawaii.

Fun - Mark Wallace