Michael completed his Ph.D. in Immunology at the University of Cambridge where his work focused on the molecular mechanisms underlying T cell activation. When not doing research, he mostly spends his time ultramarathoning, listening to ALL of the podcasts, and slowly touring the world by bicycle. Say ‘hi’ to him on Twitter @SciMJHarris.
Articles by Michael Harris
Cell Biology is entering the Age of Light with a spectrum of new optogenetics tools available to control protein function using light. Once the remit of neuroscientists , the past decade has yielded a bounty of novel light-controllable domains that are now being leveraged to illuminate the dark corners of basic cell biology [2,3]. The…