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Prof. Ian Hamerton
Father, Bassist, Chair in Polymers & Composite Materials, Arts & Crafts, President , author of book on WAS Benson. He/Him. Views my own.
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 10h
She did say, “putting you through now”...
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 10h
Replying to @KellyQuilt
Reviewer 3 has much to say about the choice of coloured thread used...
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 10h
I do. Allegedly the granddaughter of the late...no, not that one.
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 11h
It does ring a Bell...🤔
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Carl Larsson 11h
A Late-Riser's Miserable Breakfast, 1900
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 12h
Replying to @Jacob_Rees_Mogg
This is a lie.
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Chemistry World 14h
The survey found that chemistry had been the most badly affected by Covid-19 out of all the sciences
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 24h
Replying to @JulieOwenMoylan
Same here (today)
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Sally Hamerton Dec 1
Still no sign of Cinnamon Spice, so a very young George will have to do. Happy Birthday, George! x
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Kirsty StonellWalker Dec 1
The wonderful people at have set up a code which enables you to get a spanky signed copy of my for £10 each. Use the code 'KIRSTY' - I love that it's all in capitals, as if you have caught me eating, saying or doing something I really shouldn't...
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Dec 1
Replying to @Pingosaurus
That cat: he’s playing you all...
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The Guardian Dec 1
Major Sulk enters his darkest hour as rank and file desert him
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Dec 1
Replying to @hobbitoncentral
That must have been hugely stressful. Really glad to hear that you’re in the clear.
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JEC Group Nov 30
🛰️ Unlocking space innovation and growth in the West of England 🛰️ Read the news:
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Nov 30
Is this the artist that Richard likes?
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Nov 30
Replying to @somegreybloke
So Toby Young is out of the frame then?
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The Burgon Society 30 Nov 19
Sir Winston Churchill was born 1874, he was Chancellor of from 1929-1965, making him one of the longest-serving university heads. Throughout his term of office, he wore the robe made for his father, Randolph Churchill, who was Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1886
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Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS) Nov 30
Congratulations to student Calum McInnes, who has been awarded the annual prize for the best three-month research project within his cohort! Well done, Calum! 👏 Read more about the winning project:
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Nov 30
God moves in mysterious and stylish ways, it seems 🤔
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James Koch Nov 28
Colourised photo of Christmas Steps, c1905. Uncredited
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