Working Abroad Tim Hunt, Cancer Research UK (Member of the ERC Scientific Council)
Growing up in Oxford...
Toulouse, France: Airbus assembly plant Sindelfingen, Germany: Mercedes factory
The LHC, Geneva The Large Hadron Collider, Geneva
The Old Cavendish
The Electron The Proton The Neutron Splitting the Atom The Structure of DNA The Structure of Hemoglobin
The Old Laboratory of Molecular Biology (1961) “ Scientists are drawn to the LMB from all over the world, creating a lively international community for the exchange of ideas and technical innovation”
Sydney Brenner, Cesar Milstein, Aaron Klug, John Walker, Bob Horvitz, John Sulston, Andy Fire, Marty Chalfie, Roger Kornberg, Roger Tsien, Venki Ramakrishnan Fred Sanger Max Perutz Francis Crick Jim Watson Pioneers from All Over the World They did the impossible.
Travel Broadens the Mind Travel Broadens the Mind Mel Cohn Lou Siminovitch Art Pardee Gunter Stent Herschel Roman Dale Kaiser David Hogness Bernie Horecker Jon Beckwith Americans Abroad: The Pasteur Institute in the 1950s and early 60s
“ The job [at the EMBL, Heidelberg] was an extraordinary opportunity, one that I regret is not given to more young scientists at the beginning of their careers…… Those years were probably the most exciting, intellectually stimulating ones of my entire scientific career.” Eric Wieschaus