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Prof. Ian Hamerton
Father of two, Bassist, Chair in Polymers & Composite Materials, Arts & Crafts, CFA Voysey, WAS Benson, palaeontology geek.
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 5h
Replying to @LauraTelleri
I’m going to be watching very closely for your next e-mail...😉
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Caroline Lucas Nov 13
This report puts the main causes of bovine TB in black & white: moving cattle and poor biosecurity. Yet has just expanded his badger extermination programme. Clearly, abandoning science & blaming badgers is easier than standing up to poor industry practice.
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 15h
Replying to @Peston @theresa_may
I would say that, at this point, we’re all in at the deep end...
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James O'Brien 19h
Johnson's moral corruption is now so complete that he here refutes the central rhetorical platform of his entire Leave campaign - that we had no control over our own laws.
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 18h
Replying to @JimMFelton
Hope someone kept a receipt...
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Julie Owen Moylan 18h
Go little Karma Fairy...GO FLY 🧚‍♀️
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Bruce Drinkwater Nov 12
Our paper on the micro-mechanics of months scales and how this leads to absorption of ultrasound and helps them hide from bats...is published...and so the paper finally catches up with the publicity...
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Nov 13
Replying to @jessicaelgot
A swing to remain?
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Nov 12
Read our latest research ‘Developing toughened bismaleimide-clay nanocomposites: Comparing the use of platelet and rod-like nanoclays’ here in Reactive and Functional Polymers:
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Nov 12
Replying to @holland_tom
He made you the man you...er...aren’t 🤔😉
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Nov 12
Small things...Just found that there is an editable TLC plate icon on ChemDraw...🤓
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Nov 12
Replying to @gavinesler
Absolutely, and those ministers who are already distancing themselves from the original decision to sign off Chequers (and also invoke A50)? You made the decision, you’re complicit, own your mess.
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Gavin Esler Nov 11
When the recriminations start it’s worth remembering that Brexit is being destroyed not by those against it but by those who said it would be “easy” and who are unable to deliver on their promises : Cabinet ministers 'voiced doubts at PM's plan at start'
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Nov 11
Read our new publication Exploring Structure–Property Relationships in Aromatic Polybenzoxazines Through Molecular Simulation Scott Thompson, Corinne A. Stone, Brendan J. Howlin, and Ian Hamerton in Polymers here:
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Lindsey Fitzharris Nov 11
For : mask worn by tank crews, which were particularly susceptible to burns due to unprotected petrol tanks that ignited when hit. Shaped to fit around the eyes & nose, the chain mail protected soldiers’ faces as the tank came under fire.
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Jenny Waldman Nov 11
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Julie Owen Moylan Nov 11
If you vote for this shower when they have absolutely betrayed you then I can’t help you.
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Harvey Bobrow Nov 8
In Canada we’ve had 15 mass shootings Since 1885. We have very tough gun regulations. In the US One mass shooting per day. Maybe I’m bias b/c I’m Canadian but isn’t it worth sacrificing a few guns to save thousands of children. Who will otherwise be killed, each day.
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Laurel Coons 🧬🧬🧬 Nov 10
Newsflash: 🦇Bats can swim 🦇And are surprisingly good at it 🦇Bats are capable of swimming in stressful situations if the need arises 🦇Some species, such as those belonging to the genus Pteropus (flying foxes), have been known to brave the water to secure a meal
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Bruce Drinkwater Nov 11
Bristol remembrance march...very moving...
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