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VitDAL at Roslin Open Day


Posted on October 25th, by Richard Mellanby in Uncategorized. No Comments

The VitDAL presented their work at the Roslin Open Day last week. VtDAL postdoc Dr Emma Hurst developed a novel public engagement activity which introduced the concept and principles of mass spectrometry to primary school children. The initiative was a great success and was clearly enjoyed by several hundred children throughout the day.





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