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Pace Study recruitment

Clarence Medical Centre are delighted to have contributed to the successful recruitment of the  PACE study and would like to give a big thankyou to all patients who participated.   98 more words

Research

The (re)birth of books?

As I was reading ‘Will Books Disappear?’, Jeff Gomez’s thought-provoking chapter from his equally fascinating book, Print is Dead, I was struck by the author’s comments on candles and lightbulbs. 368 more words

Reflections

Well done Prof Sloan

The School of Dentistry heard that Prof Alastair Sloan has been appointed as the new Head of the Dental School at Cardiff University.  He officially starts on August 1st  Dental Alumni will remember Alastair who was a former Staff-Student President. 79 more words

Birmingham School Of Dentistry

(Digital) Literary Analysis

Following our reading, and subsequent discussion on Digital Humanities, I thought it might be a good idea to look at some current examples of how we can use technology… 472 more words

Reflections

Deanery Force One: Peter Saul

As a Deanery, we serve all areas of Wales – with many staff members travelling hundreds of miles a month in their roles.

My “patch” runs from Holyhead to Welshpool, and of course, there are regular meetings in Cardiff and elsewhere. 451 more words

Cardiff University

Welcome to Project Management!

Hello fellow project managers and welcome to anybody else who might be reading this. Over the next few months you’ll (hopefully) be witnessing our spectacular growth into fully fledged advanced researchers, or (possibly) a complete breakdown as the pressures of project management overwhelm my sense of self. 143 more words

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Public Engagement?

Image courtesy of James Cridland

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Hello all Project Managers, Advanced Researchers and anyone else who might be reading this first blog post. My name is Seth Armstrong-Twigg and like most of the other contributors to this weblog, I’m currently studying for an MA in English Literature at Cardiff University. 196 more words

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