19th May 2015 Bangalore, India

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by Sunil Kumar

Senior Science & Innovation Adviser

From neutrons to node and space

Like always, the last three months at UK SIN has been quite hectic. In January, I visited the ISIS pulsed neutron and muon source in Harwell, Oxfordshire, a world-leading centre for research in the physical and life sciences, owned by the UK Science and Technology Facilities Council. I was also there to witness the signing […]

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8th September 2014 Geneva, Switzerland

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by Bob Last

Head, UK Mission Political and Human Rights Team

September Strawberries

This year has been the summer that never was. Usually by the time the September Council session comes around, colleagues look relaxed, healthy even, after enjoying the Geneva sunshine and seem genuinely happy to see each other after a decent break. But a combination of bad weather and incessant work has left many of us […]

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