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Cambridgeshire and Anglian heats of IOM3 Young Person's Lecture Competition

last modified Mar 09, 2020 10:49 AM

The Cambridgeshire and Anglian heats of IOM3 Young Person's Lecture Competition took place at the Department of Materials Science on Thursday 27 February 2020.  CCMM MPhil student Jess Kim won second place with her talk "Branching outwith collagen-based medical materials."  Other CCMM group members, Janice Zhang, Matt Meek and Malavika Nair all also did well.

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