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NanoDTC Student secures POST Fellowship

last modified Dec 16, 2014 01:59 PM
NanoDTC student, Harry Beeson (c2011), secures a three month fellowship within the Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology (POST)

PhD student Harry Beeson (c2011) has been offered an EPSRC-POST three-month fellowship for next year. POST's aim is to help parliamentarians examine science and technology issues effectively. POST runs several fellowship schemes with Research Councils, learned societies and charities, through which PhD students are sponsored to spend three months working at POST. More details are available on http://www.parliament.uk/post.

Harry confirms it is a little too early to say exactly what his role details are at present but it is likely he will be working to support parliamentarians on current science and technology issues and policy implications. This is a very exciting development. We wish him well.

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