The Trust invites applications for its Undergraduate Fee Assistance scheme from students of Scottish birth or descent. Students with at least two years of secondary education in Scotland are also eligible to apply. For more information, application forms and guidelines, view the Fee Assistance page.
Thursday 25th June, 6pm, Kelvin Gallery, University of Glasgow. Microbes, including bacteria play a major role in both infectious diseases and human health. New technologies have allowed us unprecedented insights into how these organisms affect our health. This lecture will provide an overview of this area, including infectious pathogens, and the remarkable role we now realize the microbiota plays in how we function, and even affecting society.
The Carnegie Trust invites nominations from Scottish universities for its prestigeous Carnegie Centenary Professorships.
Friday 22nd May 2015, 6pm, University of Stirling, Cottrell Building, Lecture theatre W1. This lively, intentionally controversial, but evidence-based talk will explain why routine screening for depression can have unintended consequences and is unlikely to improve the depression levels in the community.
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