Sixth day of the 'I'm a Scientist – Get me out of here!' event — we're in the second week now. If you haven't been following the posts here, or would like a summary of our team's work so far, then I can highly recommend fellow-team-member Dr Tom Crick's web log: LINK
It gets serious now!
This week, the students will start evicting the scientists from all the teams — Team Chromium included! Tomorrow during the day will be our last hours as a full team. Then, the student vote will result in the least popular scientist being expelled from the team. And, if that sounds grim, it certainly feels it. So, while we are all still intact, let's have a look at the full team.
Tom is a lecturer in computer science at University of Wales Institute, Cardiff.
Tim is a Lecturer in Pharmacology at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton, England.
Sarah is a PhD student in Bio-Organic Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh, School of Chemistry, Scotland.
Derek (that's me!) is working on the KAIRA project here in Finland, of course!
Dalya is a Postdoctoral research associate at the Babraham Institute, Cambridge, England.
And... when I post tomorrow's instalment, one of us will be gone.
My Top Question for Day #6 was posted by user "emmagrace" who posted a whole host of questions. However, the one that got my attention, and which resulted in the previous web-log post, was: 'What is a mosaic image?'