The Edinburgh Science Festival is fast approaching (5th - 20th April in fact). It is some time since I have been but well worth it every time I have gone (whether as speaker or visitor). A perfect way to spend some of your Easter holiday in fact. So let me plug - mercilessly and without … Continue reading ‘Hungry’ at the Edinburgh Science Festival? Y-Touring have got just the thing for you.
I don't know about you but I've taken to asking for a 'double-dip' lottery ticket since yesterday's Autumn Statement. Never has so much hinged on four new trams in Sheffield, who would have thought? But as soft rock band Supertramp famously said in "Put On Your Old Brown Shoes": ''We've got to get away, get … Continue reading Supertrams, supertramp and day-glo…plus JLA (no, not JLS!) go to number one
It is International Clinical Trials Day today and The Cochrane Library has worked with the UK Medical Research Council's Network of Hubs for Trials Methodology Research to produce a set of new podcasts about clinical trials - well worth a listen. There was a conference in Vienna this morning organised by the European Clinical Research … Continue reading International clinical trials day and a bit of mopping-up
Probably not, I know, particularly if you are Andrew Lansley I suspect. But this is good drama and good for your health. I am delighted that AMRC is going to be part of the following, exciting initiative in public engagement. Read on for the news release (apologies, I know that is a bit lazy of me) … Continue reading Looking for a bit of drama in your life?