The first few days of 2024 saw me in Liverpool for the Anatomical Society winter meeting. I had a presentation in with Alan Boyde on the topic of developmental collisions in teeth.
I’d heard on the news of floods, but the train journey north really highlighted the flooding, either side of the train line was pretty much just a duckpond, stretching from somewhere north of London to just north of Birmingham. Canals, rivers, and fields, all just merged into one shimmery, grey, wet mess.
The conference was good slightly out of my field with lots more information on how to peel faces off than I was expecting. Luckily the face peelers seem to be fully well-adjusted very nice humans.
All in all a good excuse to meet up with some old friends make some new ones and explore Liverpool, place I’ve not been too for far too long.