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It's always good to hear the Boss say nice things ...

In case you couldn’t get enough of this Future Leader buzz … here is the official Cancer Research UK blog about it:

http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/funding-for-researchers/research-features/2016-11-15-future-leaders-and-a-lifetime-in-drug-development-our-research-prizes

And this is Simon Tavare, the director of my Institute, nominating me while carefully avoiding to say my name. 41 more words

Science

Cub Scout Joe's Mile Swimming Challenge

As many of you may (or may not) know, when I’m not sat behind a desk doing my full-time job, or doing Bookkeeping work, I volunteer as a Cub Scout Leader. 192 more words

General

Cancer: is treatment always the answer?

By James Brown, Education and Public Engagement Officer, Biochemical Society

Few things can compare to being told that you have cancer. In 2013 there were 352,197 new cases of cancer diagnosed; that’s equivalent to 960 people being given this news every day. 804 more words

Science Communication & Public Engagement

Cancer Research UK - Relay for life

Hey everyone It’s Kirsty and Lucy and we just wanted to share with you something we are very passionate about, the Cancer Research UK Relay for life. 531 more words

Look what I got for my birthday: a plastic C. Thank you, CRUK!

Last week was my birthday.

Thank you! Very kind of you.

No, I don’t mind you asking: I turned 29.

Yes, 29.

Yes … just like last year. 379 more words

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"Stand Up to Cancer"

Members may be aware that on Friday 21 October 2016 the Benefits Team came into work dressed in pink and organised a cake sale in support of the Cancer Research UK campaign “Stand Up to Cancer”. 56 more words

Cancer Research - What are your donations funding

Every penny you help us raise for our Hadrian’s Wall walk goes to Cancer Research and helps them develop new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. 118 more words

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