Hosted by the University of Machester between the 25th and 27th of July, several members of the Tuttlelab attended the Peptide Self-Assembly conference (PSA2023). With a focus on creating collaboration, the conference was attended by a host of researchers from all over the world.
Tell gave a well received presentation which detailed recent advances in self-assembly with a particular emphasis on the endeavours of the lab over the past decade.
Hamish also presented his work within the Simulations section which was similarly well received. Well done Hamish!
Last, but definitely not least, Alex presented a poster on his work concerning Pore-forming Peptides (PFP). His poster was indeed well recieved such that he was presented with the poster prize for the conference! Well done Alex!
Well done to all members of the lab! Each thoroughly enjoyed their time in Manchester and look forward to other oppurtunities to reach out to the wider academic community.