Staff Newspaper of Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
IC Reporter
  Issue 96, 3 July 2000
News
Sir Richard Sykes to be next Rector «
IC scientists create first transgenic malaria mosquito «
Beit Quad project update «
Your chance to toast the new Senior Common Room «
Top accolades reflect high standard of teaching «
The Queen's Birthday Honours List «
Wellcome Trust appoints new Governor «
Glaister joins new transport board «
Lords seek advice from management students «
Rector lambasts government for consistent underfunding «
Universities dismayed by threat of science cuts «
O&G topping out ceremony «
 
Features
Reconstructing Rembrandt: the grim reaper exposed «
Review: Golden Jubilee for lunchtime concerts «
 
Regular Features
In Brief «
Media Mentions «
Noticeboard «

Noticeboard

UROP MATTERS 2000
Students working on the UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme) must register with the UROP Office and be registered undergraduates at a recognised university. Contact Clare Pearson, Humanities and UROP Secretary for a form on 020 7594 8756, e-mail: humadm@ic.ac.uk.

The UROP Office also administers bursaries. Departments should send completed GL Journals to Clare who will set up a payment scheme with the Expenses Office. Students can collect a fortnightly cheque from Room 313C, Mechanical Engineering Building and will not be liable for tax or National Insurance payments. Journals should be received at least three weeks before payments are due to commence.

Science Museum's new Wellcome Wing
The 50m Wellcome Wing, the largest and most ambitious project in the Science Museum's history, opens to the public on 3 July 2000.

Aiming to be the world's leading centre for contemporary and future science, it contains a 450 seat IMAX, cinema, a simulator and a suite of six specially created exhibitions covering genetics, digital technology, bio-medicine and artificial intelligence.

Feedback stations will ask for visitors' impressions and art installations, from some of the world's leading artists, will encourage spectators to view science from a new perspective. Leading academic centres will also use the Wing as a base for 'live research'.

Room to let
Double room to let in two bedroom flat. Located in Richmond, two minutes walk from the tube and BR station. Rent 550 pcm plus bills. Six weeks deposit. Please contact Hazel Aston, telephone 020 7351 8866, or email h.aston@rbh.nthames.nhs.uk.

Print offer
Document print service is offering Print Now - Pay next academic year and a 20% discount on all printing, copying and finishing jobs. For more details email w.lunn@ic.ac.uk, or visit: www.purchasing.ad.ic.ac.uk


 
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