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 Issue 122, 23 October 2002
Contents
Merger talks forge ahead«
Drug could cut heart attacks and strokes by a third«
China and Europe in space pre-nuptials…«
Goldsmiths' Wing reopens«
Faculty of physical sciences inauguration«
Graduate School of Engineering and Physical Sciences«
Facing new challenges«
Silwood safe, and healthy«
Soul boy makes the money market sing«
In Brief«
Media spotlight«
What's on«

Silwood safe, and healthy

EIGHT people representing all the departments at Silwood successfully completed the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health's Supervising Health and Safety course.

The new course is run by the Safety Unit. Professor Mike Hassell, principal of the faculty of life sciences and director of Silwood Park is pictured presenting the certificates.

Front row (left to right): Denis Wildman, centre for population biology; Dave Bond, reactor centre; Sergio Velez-Moss, reactor centre; Professor Mike Hassell, director of Silwood Park; Kim Dobson, centre for population biology; Sarah Mabbett, environmental science and technology.

Back row (left to right): Simon Franklin, reactor centre; Susanne Hayter, estates; Diana Anderson, biological sciences and John Mumford, chair of Silwood Park safety committee.

 
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