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May be I should change my field. https://t.co/1sjrk9PrDl


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RT @MMBDTP: ‘Investigating the mechanisms of action of intracellular anaerobic pathogens on human host cancer cell metabolic networks (BREWER_U23MMB)’ with @danbrewer and Professor Colin Cooper. #mmbdtp23 https://t.co/oFhBFmtCaP https://t.co/vpCnq6Sv89


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RT @CancerInNorwich: 📢 Our next seminar is on Monday 12th December at 1pm and is with @danbrewer, who will be asking "What's going on in the normal tissue when prostate cancer develops?". All are welcome to join via the Teams link: https://t.co/4xCYpjGuBZ #CancerInNorwich https://t.co/sdP2SmFmgU


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RT @RushworthLab: Congratulations to ⁦@c_hellmich⁩ for passing her viva today. Thank you to ⁦@krikirschner⁩ and Steve Knapper ⁦@cardiffuni⁩ for being examiners. Thank you to ⁦@wellcometrust⁩ for funding. https://t.co/1lQbeyosmw


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RT @JSheltzer: If you choose to transfer a manuscript between Nature-family journals, you can consult a web page that lists the acceptance rates for 124 journals published by the Springer Nature Group. I haven’t seen this data circulated before, so I copied it to share here: https://t.co/KqPxs1hCiM


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Day 28: almost there. Thanks to everyone that has supported @MovemberUK so far. There is still time to support. https://t.co/cl0R89irPa https://t.co/WwXdxSSdJe


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RT @RushworthLab: Congratulations to ⁦@Aisha_Jibril_⁩ for passing her viva today. Thank you to ⁦@DrAndreaMohr1⁩ and ⁦@danbrewer⁩ for being examiners. It’s a great day! https://t.co/Qr6xHJOTVb


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