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Ana Basiri
Lecturer in Spatial Data Science and Visualisation, UKRI Future Leaders Fellow at UCL
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David Price 9h
Covid-19: Scientists develop Bluetooth tracing system, with privacy at heart | UCL News - – University College London
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Ana Basiri 4h
Great research topic (all cool stuff to do and ) amazing supervisory team (, Susan and ), and of course a nice place to be! Go and enjoy this opportunity!
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Ana Basiri 12h
Replying to @djdunc @CASAUCL
Looks fun! Next casa meeting should be held here!
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Prof Hugo Spiers Apr 6
Great article by - nice to see coverage of our recent preprint on the impact of cities on navigational skill - among many other fascinating studies:
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MarieSkłodowskaCurie Apr 6
Thinking of applying for the next Individual Fellowships? Current fellow Judit Chamorro-Servent has put together some very useful tips on how to prepare your proposal - and make it unforgettable! ↓
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Ana Basiri Apr 6
Replying to @sahandiranmehr
این مساله میتونه باعث کنترل بهتر انتقال بیماری بشه. اثرش رو در ژاپن و هنگ کنگ و تایوان میبینیم، که با وجود مرز نزدیک و حتی زمینی، با وجود مشاهده اولین موردها کمتر از بقیه آسیب دیدند. من دفاعی از راستگویی چینی ها نمیکنم اما فاکتور آمادگی عمومی هم کم اثر نیست.
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Ana Basiri Apr 6
Replying to @sahandiranmehr
بسیاری از کشورهای شرق آسیا به دلیل تجربه های بیماری های مشابه، نظیر آنفولانزای مرغی و خوکی ...، آمادگی عمومی بهتری از بقیه دارند. مثلا تو فرودگاه توکیو دمای بدن همه مسافرها اندازه گیری میشه و یا مردم تایوان و هنگ کنگ اغلب ماسک و دستکش دارند حتی در حالت عادی.
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Ana Basiri Apr 5
is not bad for ! Yes, classifies all radio frequency radiation (incl. or signals) as "possibly carcinogenic" BUT it's very lable for pickled cucumber! Beer/bacon are more dangerous for our immune system!
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Ana Basiri Apr 5
Replying to @MysteriousDrBex
Get well soon!
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Ana Basiri Apr 4
Replying to @kirstygrainger
Looking forward to your suprise 😉
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Ana Basiri Apr 4
And their fundded projects! Distress and uncertainties around jobs/contract extensions for should be addressed. Field/lab work is not possible (overhead adjustments?), responsibilities may not allow
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Rory Cellan-Jones Apr 2
Here’s what the Google mobility report says about the decline in activity in the UK as a whole - still down for your region
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Ana Basiri Apr 3
Great news! But what about the ongoing projects? It'd would reduce the uncertainty/stress to do with the lack of for extending the contracts of who cant do or access to labs, or have responsibilities and cant
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Ciaran Fairman, PhD Apr 2
Post Manuscript Submission Press Conference. Looking to use this momentum and take it into future papers..
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UCL CASA Apr 1
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Ana Basiri Mar 31
I contributed by eating the cakes you baked on the submission day, and that you wouldn't have done without my significant help!
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Ana Basiri Mar 31
The XXIV (24?) conference has postponed for almost a year but finished the review process yesterday and I am very pleased that our own of has got a full paper accepted!
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Ana Basiri Mar 31
Massive congratulations to the advanced awardees, including the UK based Quite a long list! Great news despite being in such scary time!
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Ana Basiri Mar 31
Replying to @jedalong
Optimistic!
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UK Research and Innovation Mar 31
We've opened an additional wave of funding for short-term research and innovation projects to address the current crisis. There is no closing date - proposals can be submitted at any time. Find out more and apply:
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