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An amazing array of final year projects on display

In the last few days final year MPharm students have been displaying the efforts they have made in their final year projects. Students presented posters on their research topic and it was clear to see the wide breath and quality of the science on display. Research areas spanned pharmaceutical science, diabetes, pharmacology, business, pharmacy education,…

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Enter your final year project into the Quorom prize scheme

If your final year, undergraduate project used Scanning Electron Microscopy you are eligible to enter this year’s Quorom prize scheme. There are three x £200 final year undergraduate prizes available. The prizes will be awarded in recognition of the three most commendable undergraduate final year projects that have included the use of electron microscopy. If…

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New research will benefit patients

Scientists at the University of Brighton are playing an integral role in developing a new early warning system that tells patients and carers when urinary catheters are infected and at risk of blocking. Urinary catheters are the most commonly used medical devices, with hundreds of millions sold worldwide every year. Many of these will be…

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Roche Continents

Roche Continents has been running since 2007. Some of the best science and arts students are nominated by professors of European universities to apply to Roche Continents. Creativity and innovation are at the core of the programme and 100 students are selected after all application have been reviewed. We’re encouraging our top students to apply….

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