A Royal Society international scientific meeting
Theo Murphy international scientific meeting organised by Professor Gáspár Jékely, Professor Raymond Goldstein FRS and Dr Kirsty Wan.
Cilia are specialised cellular organelles that are united in structure and ubiquitously implicated in key life processes including sensing, locomotion, and the production of physiological flows. This meeting will bring together biologists, biophysicists, and mathematicians to highlight the remarkable diversity of systems in which motile cilia fulfil vital functions, and to inspire and define novel interdisciplinary strategies for future research.
Please visit the Royal Society website
to book this free event. There are limited places and advance registration is essential.