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Ebola diagnostics in Sierra Leone Public Evening Lecture:
Dr Sam Collins, Ebola diagnostics in Sierra Leone
1 December 2015

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Members' Lunch and Lecture: 'The Black Stuff'
Bitumen We drive on it, it waterproofs and protects buildings and structures, but many never realise the science behind asphalt and bitumen. The lecture to be given by Dr Fred Parrett will cover the story behind this fascinating material and it's many uses.

Meet our members:

Dr Tiffany Wood‘I believe that SCI fills an important role in linking science with business. It offers me the opportunity to gain insight into the interface between companies and academics through the range of Technical Interest Groups’. Dr Tiffany Wood, Operations Director, Edinburgh Complex Fluids Partnership (ECFP), University of Edinburgh

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