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Teachers saw a career as an artist

By Kerry Hughes, Queen’s University Belfast. Kerry will be standing on one of our soapboxes in Belfast, on the 20th of June. Her talk: “DNA damage, using chemistry to treat biochemistry”     It took me a long time to figure out … Continue reading

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My love of science began in the kitchen: Meet Diane Lees-Murdock

Diane Lees-Murdock (@StemCelPostgrad) is a lecturer in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Ulster. Her research aims to help facilitate the use of stem cells to treat diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s among others. Here, she tells us … Continue reading

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I had a head mistress who wanted “her girls” to do science and engineering: Meet Liz Tanner

Liz Tanner (@LizTanner99) is a Professor of Biomedical Materials at the University of Glasgow. Her research interests are focused on the development and use of bioactive materials for bone augmentation and replacement. Here, she tells us about the importance of understanding that … Continue reading

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