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Student research spotlight: Aleksandra

Nine Things Genomes Can Tell Us About Candida Auris

Fungal diseases cause more than 1.5 million deaths every year, which exceeds the global mortality for malaria. A limited number of available antifungal drugs is the mainstay of antifungal therapy. For many years, scientists have cautioned that overuse of antibiotics reduces…

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Undergraduate year placements: student research

Each year a number of Medical Sciences undergraduate students go on placement for a year between their third and fourth year. The placement can be in a commercial company (industry) or an academic environment. The placement year allows the students to further develop their skills and knowledge in an applied…

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Top lessons from an Engaged Researcher's Academy programme

Being an Engaged Research is exciting: it is about communicating research with the public in a fun and creative way. This process can improve research by making it more relevant and useful. We, as researchers, have a duty to disseminate the benefits and knowledge from higher education because we are…

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Creative Science Communication: Contrasts Between North America and Asia

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog post about my North American adventures in creative science communication, and I’m back this week to tell you all about the second leg of my Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship travels. Since I last wrote, I’ve spent a weekend in Berlin, and…

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Visiting Parliament like a real scientist

Research papers / book reports / witty remarks, smart retorts / of these things none can I do / but I still tried and so should you! -Samantha Farley (Try your best, 2016)

 

Earlier this month I was in London where I joined a hall full of other undergraduate…

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