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geneticist

John Cavendish Day, British geneticist. Achievements include patents for Signal systems and elements therein - Northern PCT/GB2002/005120; research in Characterisation of the luciferin recycling enzyme from European glow-worms; research in Evolution of bioluminescence in beetles. Recipient Most Meritorious Master of Science Student, Forensic Science Society, 1993.

Background

Day, John Cavendish was born on May 6, 1969 in Boston, United Kingdom. Son of Brian Colin Day and Grace Edith Young.

Education

Bachelor of Science. in genetics, Queen Mary & Westfield College, London, 1990. Master of Science. in forensic science, King's College, London, 1993.

Career

Science officer Laboratory of the Government Chemist, Teddington, United Kingdom, 1993—1995. Research assistant Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom, 1995—1999. Invertebrate geneticist Centre for Ecology and Hydrology Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, since 1999.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for Signal systems and elements therein - Northern PCT/GB2002/005120. Research in Characterisation of the luciferin recycling enzyme from European glow-worms. Research in Evolution of bioluminescence in beetles.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Painting, writing.

Connections

Life partner Michelle Barclay.

father:
Brian Colin Day

mother:
Grace Edith Young