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Thread: 2006/07 Stipend!!!

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20-Oct-05, 11:34
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Wanna come for a drive one day? I know a good country side layby

Thread: 2006/07 Stipend!!!

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20-Oct-05, 11:34
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No Mia, I bought my ferrari with it, porsches are cheap and tacky

Thread: What is your area of research ?

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20-Oct-05, 11:32
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Andy, are you at UAE by any chance?

Thread: Leeds or UCL?

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20-Oct-05, 11:30
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In the cornerhouse in nottingham (where cineworld is) there are two good restaurants in there, Santa Fe and Saltwater. There is a Nandos on the side of the cornerhouse as well. If you fancy a french restaurant, there is a nice one near the cornerhouse, if you walk down the pestestrianised area (where nandos is) and take a right down the alley way opposite pizza hut, its just down there on the right. Hope this helps you out

Thread: Self Injury

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20-Oct-05, 11:25
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I am a SNR Practitioner at a residential unit for young adolescent females who display self injurious behaviour. I am interested in sharing my information with other professionals as well as studying new approaches especially a 'tolerance' approach to self injury. Anyone have any ideas or advice? There are Masters Degrees in Eating Disorders and many other subjects that complement the work that I do but nothing specific. Any ideas?

Thread: Taking time off

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20-Oct-05, 11:16
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Is there anyone impartial you can talk to, such as head of department or a second supervisor ?

Thread: stem cells

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20-Oct-05, 11:12
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Yes, they do. Edinburgh and Cambridge too. If you type something like 'stem cells uk' into google it'll give you some links. Also look at the MRC (Medical Research Council) website and BBSRC too and see who they are funding in the area, that'll give you an idea of people and departments.

Thread: Taking time off

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20-Oct-05, 11:11
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This is all sound advice (and stuff I already knew!), but the problem I'm having is my supervisor is practically demanding that I have it finished by the end of the month. And I know my colleagues have a dig behind my back through lack of results. I like my project but hate the demanding people I work with.

Thread: What is your area of research ?

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20-Oct-05, 11:09
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Whether disulphide bridge-forming proteins have a role in virulence in Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae, and relate it to other members of the Pasteurellaciae

Thread: stem cells

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20-Oct-05, 11:08
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Hey Mico. What are you specifically looking to do with them ? I can't remember offhand all the unis that deal with them but I'm pretty sure Sheffield and Newcastle have big research initiatives for them.

Thread: And where did you find it?

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20-Oct-05, 11:07
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I actually found mine on here, but it helped that I had a friend who I did my MSc with three years previously who was completing his PhD with the supervisor.

Thread: No manners or Humanity yet doing a PhD

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20-Oct-05, 11:06
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Oooo Hong Kong is a fabulous place! Dunno about living there though, it is rather pongy and warm. I speak (some) mandarin but was totally useless grrrr. But yeah, I see the point you're making Gingerly. And mine's an Old Speckled Hen if you're still offering beer :D

Thread: What is your area of research ?

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20-Oct-05, 11:04
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Controlled polymer synthesis in supercritical carbon dioxide i.e. making big molecules at high pressures and temperatures in an environmentally friendly manner.

Thread: What is your area of research ?

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20-Oct-05, 11:02
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I don't think this has been covered specifically, apart from when it's been mentioned in other posts. So what area of research are you working in ? Me, i'm looking at genetic networks from a statistical viewpoint.

Thread: Taking time off

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20-Oct-05, 11:01
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It sounds cliche but take the time off to come back with a fresh perspective. You're more likely to complete more work with renewed energy rather than continue to 'slog' it out. Rest, relax and come back to fight another day :-) All the best.
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