Activities

Lost in Translation Conference 2011: Registration now open

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Our International Conference  “Lost in Translation: Living with uncertainty in animal disease management” will be held at the Royal College of Surgeons on Wednesday September 21st. The day is... Read More

New Horizons for Animal and Plant Disease – RELU event on May 5th

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Louise Heathwaite, Jonathan Wastling and Sophia Latham attended the RELU seminar for stakeholders  on May 5th in Central London   “New Horizons for Animal and Plant Disease” A reflection of... Read More

Communicating risk and scientific advice during emergencies: Don’t panic?- A Reflection

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On Tuesday 15th March 2011, two members of the project team, Dr Zoe Austin and Professor Jonathan Wastling attended the Communicating risk and scientific advice during emergencies: Don’t panic?... Read More

Dr Maggie Mort on Foot and Mouth Disease- 10 years on

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The Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak of 2001 had a devastating impact on the British countryside. Over 6 million animals were culled across the country. Cumbria was the area... Read More

Seminar by Dr Angela Cassidy 25th May 2011

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Science, media, policy and wildlife: the badger/bovine TB controversy A LEC/Centre for Science Studies Seminar To be held in Bowland Nth SR 17 Debates over whether to cull wild... Read More

Communicating risk and scientific advice during emergencies: Don’t Panic?

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A discussion with Sir John Beddington CMG FRS and Mark Henderson on March 15th  2011  18.00 – 20.30 Floods! Volcanic Ash! Swine Flu: Don’t Panic? The  12th TalkScience@BL event will... Read More

New Horizons for Animal and Plant Disease from the Relu Programme

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An Interactive seminar for stakeholders on 10th May 2011 in Central London For details please contact relu@ncl.ac.uk Read More

Seminar by Dr Angela Cassidy now on 25th May

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Science, media, policy and wildlife: the badger/bovine TB controversy Dr Angela Cassidy, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia Thursday 17th March 2011, 1200-1300 Meeting Room 3, Institute... Read More