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Early career physicists learn how to influence policy at Newton’s Apple seminar

22 October 2014

A plea to early career researchers to try to influence public policy was made in a seminar organised by science policy foundation Newton’s Apple and hosted by the IOP at its London centre

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Biomechanics: Putting a spring in your step
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