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 Issue 148, 19 January 2005
Contents
Taking Imperial from strength to strength«
UK-Thai scientific collaboration boosted by new agreement«
Cirque du Soleil in the main entrance«
A nose job«
Frizzy hair today, gone tomorrow«
New microscope gives boost to UK nanotechnology«
Lord Sainsbury visits Imperial«
Imperial leads the way in surgical training and innovation«
New programme will train next generation of health leaders«
Tea off to good health«
Success halts trial«
The perfect Formula«
Spotlight on new R&D solutions«
Imperial students are best trainees«
Cash boost for Wye’s top new scholars«
In Brief«
Media mentions«
Noticeboard«
What’s on«

Noticeboard

Further details of the following awards are available from the Secretary to the Academic Trust Funds Committee, University of London, Senate House (Room 230), Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU, telephone: +44 (0)20 7862 8041, email: linda.west@lon.ac.uk

University of London AH Bygott Undergraduate Scholarships 2004-05

Scholarships are available to undergraduate medical or dental students of the University of London for support of work in Public Health Medicine during clinical elective periods. Applications must be made through and with the support of the Head of the Department of Public Health Medicine, or equivalent. Closing date 28 February 2005.

University of London Valerie Myerscough Prize 2005 in Astronomy, Mathematics or Physics

Available to postgraduate students of the University of London, aged 25 or under, who show outstanding ability and potential for original work in astronomy, mathematics or physics. Applicants must be registered for MPhil or PhD degrees and normally be in the first or second year of their research. Closing date 10 March 2005.

 
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