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'Talk English'...

Last week I went along and helped with a session which was delivered in The Museum called ‘Talk English’.

The session is aimed at members of surrounding communities who’s first language isn’t English. 108 more words

Natural Science

Lancet publishes Genomethics research

In 2010, when the Deciphering Developmental Disorders project began screening patient genomes, we began talking to scientists, clinicians and patient families to uncover potential ethical issues. 392 more words

Ethical Issues Of Genetics

Electricity - depicting epilepsy in a feature film

The Wellcome Trust’s first drama feature film co-funded with the BFI was released in cinemas nationwide last week. Starring Agyness Deyn as Lily O’Connor, a young woman with temporal lobe epilepsy, the film explores the condition through her eyes as she goes in search of her long lost brother. 534 more words

Public Engagement

Students teaching on LJMU Future Focus Days

A team of Media Production students ran a photoshop workshop today with year 11 pupils from local schools in Liverpool. The aim of the day is to not only provide a taster of courses available at LJMU but also an experience of what life is like as a student here. 49 more words

Christmas vs. your willpower

With days to go before Christmas, my thoughts are (as ever) turning to the culinary delights that await me. For many of us, myself included, Christmas is the holiday of eating – a huge turkey dinner, mince pies, Christmas pudding, ice cream, chocolate, cheese… All consumed throughout the day resulting in several hours dozing on the sofa in front of the Downton Abbey Christmas Special. 725 more words

Seven tips for using Facebook if you work in the public sector

Facebook can be a hard place for brands. It’s a lot like a wedding: friends and family gather to have fun, catch up and talk to each other. 938 more words

Social Media

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