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The Dutchscientist, maligned by Nature 🇳🇱 Sep 10
eating at the Titanic. Interesting choice!
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Moy Park Sep 4
In today’s , Moy Park’s technical and R&D director Ursula Lavery discusses how innovation drives the business, the importance of world-class research institutions in delivering growth and the need for collaboration to explore new technologies.
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Moy Park Sep 9
As a major international food technology and science conference comes to NI for the first time, Moy Park’s technical and R&D director Ursula Lavery talks about how cutting edge research can drive growth in the agri-food industry
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AFBI_NI Sep 9
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Emily Stoakes Sep 9
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AFBI_NI Sep 9
Prof welcomes everyone to the at . Over 34 countries are represented at the conference
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Professor Sharon Huws Sep 10
An absolute pleasure and privilege to be listening to Nobel laureate Robin Warren talk about his research on discovery and understanding of Helicobacter pylori @
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Tadhg O Croinin Sep 7
Arrived in Belfast and really looking forward to !!
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carina brehony Sep 10
Wow an actual Nobel Laureate up next! Robin Warren - co-discoverer of H. pylori
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The Dutchscientist, maligned by Nature 🇳🇱 Sep 9
The traditional football match ended 4-3 for the Campy Reds. They were the stronger team at half time and deservedly led 3-1 at the break.
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IFST Sep 10
We are delighted to have Nobel Laureate Robin Warren providing the keynote at .
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Emily Stoakes Sep 9
Some great discussions going on in the Q&A after Brenden Wrens talk
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Lisa Williams Sep 9
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Gary McMahon Sep 11
Ursula Lavery, Technical and R&D Director Europe, presenting keynote speech at
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Gary McMahon Sep 10
Day 2 at listening to Nobel laureate Robin Warren
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Gauri Godbole Sep 11
fantastic meeting with experts in the field of Campylobacter and Helicobacter- from food, human & industry truly ‘OneHealth’! Very happy to see presentations from PHE and collaborators
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Professor Sharon Huws Sep 10
Beautiful surround for conference
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Microbiology Society Oct 10
In September, Gillian Carney attended the 20th conference in Belfast. Gillian was awarded a Microbiology Society-Supported Conference Grant to attend the event. Here, she details her experience.
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Evangelos Mourkas Sep 10
How to use genomics to create vaccines for campylobacter by from
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Pattolika Sep 10
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