Putting together some ideas for a poster to showcase our research for an upcoming visit by the BBSRC to the University of Glasgow.
Was doodling the BBSRC logo. BBSRC stands for Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council and is the largest UK public funder of non-medical bioscience.
BBSRC’s mission is to “promote and support, by any means, high-quality basic, strategic and applied research and related postgraduate training relating to the understanding and exploitation of biological systems”.
Intrigued with the 3 circle icons to the left of the letter logo. What do they represent? Possibly antibodies recognising antigens? or are they pollen granules? or viruses…or bacteria? circular plasmid DNA? …or maybe they are the aliens species that, as part of a new strategic focus, we will be a new intensive research focus – probably after the year 2050?
Answers on a postcard for any more ideas as to what they might represent.
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