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#BrumSciComm Feb 17
Replying to @njj4
Well done you!
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carl senior Feb 14
Let’s see what twitter can do - please RT this far and wide. Iam looking for an early career researcher who wants to come and work with me on non verbal displays in politics as part of Marie Curie Fund - please do contact me directly via google/DM/email/pigeon post ! Plse RT
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#BrumSciComm Feb 13
My my. Didn’t our world shrink just a touch. Hello Lucy. Hey Chris, how’s things buddy?
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#BrumSciComm Feb 13
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Sue Smith Feb 13
Members of public to contribute to world-leading research | GBCCMembers of the public will contribute to world-leading research on air quality, plastic pollution, ‘super yeast’ in biotechnology...
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MICRAgateway Feb 6
Two dates for your diary: on the 2nd and 17th March the midlands are holding showcase events in London and Birmingham respectively. Offering potential commercial collaborators-and others-the chance to hear about the work the programme is supporting
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Prof Alice Roberts Feb 11
There's a conference for anyone involved with woodlands & forests happening 1st-2nd July, in Birmingham. Deadline for abstracts this Friday - 14th Feb! Please share widely
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Prof Alice Roberts Feb 10
Medical students here are raising money for a refugee charity - including auctioning off this spendid red velvet sponge cake brain!
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#BrumSciComm Feb 10
You're brain cake was amazing
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Wulfrunian Physicists Feb 6
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Dr Sara Thornton Feb 7
“Science outreach is so important and something I passionately believe in.” Check out our BES grant story here!
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Coralie Acheson Feb 9
Starting a thing on nuclear industrial heritage. I’ve found a lot of stuff already (and hopefully all the main things) but, just in case, what’s good to read?
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Lapworth Museum Feb 9
Looking for an unusual way to celebrate ? Join us for our Lapworth Lates exploring . Highlights include a performance exploring the unusual mating behaviour of sea slugs! Free tickets:
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Mark Hipwell Feb 6
Be awesome to do another one of these in Birmingham. If anyone over at or knows a material expert or someone who does cool things with a material & can chat about it using words then let Anna know...
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Michael BRYCE Jan 29
conference: Apollo 13; Hubble Space Telescope; Return to the Moon; JWST. 4 lectures, 4 prominent Speakers. 4 April 2020. Sutton Coldfield. Tickets £10.00 pp
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TEDxWolverhampton Jan 31
📢❌🎟️ Tickets for 2020 go on sale TOMORROW! ❌ We're so excited about the line up we've got in store for you - tickets are £20 and will be on sale in the morning, so check back here for the link! 🎙️
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#BrumSciComm Jan 30
We will be holding our next social on the 26th Feb in conjunction with our friends after their amazing conference. Meet us from 5.30 onwards at the Loft on Bromsgrove St.
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#BrumSciComm Jan 28
We will be holding our next social on the 26th Feb in conjunction with our friends after their amazing conference. Venue amd time TBC but get it in your diaries!
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#BrumSciComm Jan 28
We could put the date up and say venue TBC!
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#BrumSciComm Jan 28
Not a great time to mention it as we havent quite set febs date so there is no pinned tweet!
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