Monthly Archives: July 2012

When the Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going

Just a little recap on up-to-date achievements thus far on the Internationalisation Project. Previously we have been able to achieve quite a recognizable amount of success. However, we still haven’t reached to the finishing line. For the past few days, … Continue reading

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A cruise to officially celebrate the 4th week

Well the week just gone definitely had the best weather England has seen in a while! Just after lunch on Tuesday I had a final meeting with Andrew to show him the the video & script I had come up … Continue reading

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Time flies when you’re working hard!

At the end of another eventful and productive week (despite the temptation to take a break and enjoy the glorious weather) it’s time to reflect on what has been achieved. Several meetings at the beginning of the week proved fruitful, discovering … Continue reading

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Am I ready for the digital challenges?

Week 3, and I’m still enjoying myself! This week went very quickly, I have been working on my script and adding the finishing touches to the RNA technology slides. These are now complete and a script prepared, so I can … Continue reading

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Software, locations, showcases and scripts!

When I was told at the start of this placement that time will “fly by”, I didn’t really believe anyone. Now that a third of my placement has gone, I am left wondering where the time has gone! It has … Continue reading

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Smile you are on video camera

Today, Ted went round the campus to capture snapshots of the library and it’s facilities and also different locations of our greenly campus . From his snapshots, few observations were significant such as wrong video technique known as “hoovering” and … Continue reading

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Bristol Online Survey

We have started to work on a survey to be deployed online on the Bristol Online system. Following the focus group we had with students end of June, we have identified areas which require deeper analysis. These will be as … Continue reading

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A brief intro to Laura Cotton

Hello! I’m Laura Cotton, and I have just finished my second year studying Biological Science. Instead of having a summer holiday, I opted to join this project and  I’m now in week two of a six week UROP placement! I was … Continue reading

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Getting to grips with RNA technologies

I propelled into Week 2 focussing on updating my video and audio editing skills. After these had been brought up to scratch and a few new tricks learnt, I spent the rest of the week focusing on updating slides which … Continue reading

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Term is over, but the work is not! Genome to proteome here I come!!

To introduce myself, I am Sam Holton, a first year student in Biological Sciences. I am undertaking a UROP placement for the next 6 weeks with Dr Kim Watson and her team. My day-to-day supervisor is Dr Teeroumanee Nadan (Tee) … Continue reading

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