Posted by: Jason's Staff | March 27, 2013

SET for Britain

Jason supported the SET for Britain Biological and Biomedical Sciences event in Parliament. Jason met with Jennifer Norcliffe, from Meltham, is a second year PhD student at Durham studying medicinal chemistry and drug design.

SET for Britain

Jennifer was selected to display a poster at the event, which showed her research on screening for new therapies against fatal tropical diseases including Human African trypanosomiasis and Chagas disease, both of which are a risk to hundreds of millions of people.

SET for Britain aims to encourage, support and promote Britain’s early-stage and early-career research scientists, engineers and technologists by giving them an opportunity to present their work and compete for the prestigious Westminster Medal and substantial monetary prize.


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