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On Saturday the 25th April, the School of Politics, Economics and International Relations will be holding an exciting topical event, centred on the upcoming UK elections.
It will be a chance for our University community and members of the public alike to engage in a thoughtful discussion about the key issues in the election.
The day will include:
– An introduction by the Vice Chancellor Sir David Bell
- Participation from representatives of the main political parties, including Sir George Young (Conservative) and Lord Purvis of Tweed (Lib Dem).» >Read More »
Slumped with tiredness in my 9am lecture, after mentally preparing myself for a 2 hour struggle whilst waiting for the lecture to begin, a bashful Hannah Collard (3rd year biomedical student) stood before us and briefly talked about a meeting involving something called iGEM later that week.
You’ve probably never heard of iGEM – I know I certainly hadn’t until that hazy Tuesday morning – but I was intrigued, so decided to attend the meeting to see for myself if it was worth the hype, which was held by 2 members of the previous year’s team: Hannah, and Jarek Bryk – a postdoc from the NCBE.» >Read More »
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