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Ski Trip 2014The phrase “BEST WEEK EVAAA” was said a lot by students to describe the recent Uni Ski Trip to Val Thorens. Indeed, I was one of those because it really was one of the best weeks of my life. Since our return we have flooded Facebook with pictures from the trip, so I thought I ...
On being a Science PublicPOST BY STEVIENNA DE SAILLE I’m currently engaged in researching Responsible Research and Innovation, in particular its mandate for ‘inclusive engagement’. And so, a couple of weeks ago, I took advantage of an opportunity to do some ad-hoc ethnographic field research and went to attend two public engagement events which were part of my local ...
Asia research news 2014 now liveAsia Research News 2014 is now live and features three research projects from The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. ResearchSEA – Asia Research News promotes news and expertise from Asia. The latest round up of the year’s top research stories includes: Page six – Natural protections for tropical fruits prolong shelf life. Page 26 – Crossing ...