Vicky Wilson rescued DNA fingerprinting from the laboratory dustbin of history. Hers was the first DNA in the world to be fingerprinted when she worked for Professor Sir Alex Jeffreys at the University of Leicester.
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Vikki Waring: from cupboard to laboratory
First published May 2018 in The Journal. Vikki is a laboratory technician at the University of Nottingham in the School of Biosciences. She looks after students, bakes, and autoclaves heifer poo. This is her #TechnicianJourney. I’ve been a lab tech in Nottingham for a year and I’ve learnt so much in that time. I learnedContinue reading “Vikki Waring: from cupboard to laboratory”
Kelly Vere: A voice for technicians
For the last 2 years, Kelly Vere has been talking about technicians to every important person she can find, representing us [technicians] at the Science Council.