Conferences, 2004

There were a couple of conferences on in Feb 2004 that attracted a number of lab members. First was the Lorne Protein Conference - always a favourite - and the second (the following week) was the ANZMAG NMR conference. This latter meeting was held in South Australia in the Barossa Valley - a famous wine producing region. Fortunately, the resort had a pool, since the temperatures were above 35 every day - reaching 42 on one day! Here are just a couple of photos from those meetings.

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Ann and Pokemonk show off their poster (although i can't see Pokemonk's name tag - did he pay?). (51kb) Fionna explains the intricacies of the gel shift experiment. (45kb) Joel has fallen asleep explaining his poster - no surprise there. (41kb)
All right - i've made all these mutants - i'm ready for some people now. (43kb) Flyp ready for poster action. (44kb) How could you not want to read the poster of such a cheerful presenter? (48kb)
All right - if no one is going to read my poster, I'll read it myself (and i've got a couple of questions to ask me). (46kb) The scene of ANZMAG 2004 in the Barossa valley. Venue on the left, accommodation on the right, pool in the middle, barren hills in the background. Temps were ~40 each day, so the pool was rather useful... (26kb)