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Summer Science Exhibition: Guardians of the Gut

This week, Dr Lindsay Hall and her research group from the Quadram Institute are exhibiting ‘Guardians of the Gut’ at The Royal Society’s prestigious ‘Summer of Science’ event.  The event is running from 2-8 July and is expected to receive … Continue reading

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UK science and the EU

“UK science doesn’t need the European Union” – this was the hotly debated motion at a recent Science Council debate I attended between the official Vote Leave and Britain Stronger in Europe campaigns, which included representatives from Scientists for Britain … Continue reading

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Microbe Talk Extra: Flu Fighters

For this Microbe Talk Extra, we went to the Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition to meet the Flu Fighters – scientists working on new ways to fight and diagnose influenza. Dr Holly Shelton works at The Pirbright Institute on the genetics of the flu virus. She … Continue reading

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