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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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Communicating Science Creatively: A North American Adventure

I’m writing this blog post in between unpacking and repacking my suitcase; it’s the first time I’ve been back to Aberdeen since the end of December and the fact it’s now February is more than a little disconcerting. Time appears to have advanced at such a pace because I’ve been…

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Public Engagement for Public Awareness: Sharing is Caring

Last week, I gave the keynote talk at NHS Grampian’s Research and Development annual conference, which was held in the Suttie Centre on Tuesday, 4th December. The conference theme was public awareness of, engagement with and involvement in clinical research. My presentation was entitled ‘Public Engagement for Public Awareness: Sharing…

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AI and Health Related Data

Following the recent announcement of Aberdeen University’s key role in the new £15m iCAIRD artificial intelligence (AI) health research centre for Scotland, it was timely that I contributed to three public engagement events in Aberdeen across the course of 10 days in November concerning AI and health related data. As…

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Research Key to Breast Cancer Breakthrough

Tremendous progress has been made in tackling breast cancer over the last few decades and in many instances, it’s not the death sentence it perhaps once was. This has been underpinned by initial discoveries in laboratories, which have been translated into clinical benefit. But we need to do more. Breast…

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