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Today's virtual Tea Club Seminar at 4pm

When Feb 19, 2021
from 04:45 PM to 05:45 PM
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Professor Jon Gibbins

(https://www.reading.ac.uk/biologicalsciences/about/staff/j-m-gibbins.aspx) from the University of Reading.  

 

The title of his talk is:  

Mind the gap: unexpected ways that blood cells talk to each other  

 

To attend the talk, Please Join at around 4pm: Zoom Meeting 

https://zoom.us/j/98239497741?pwd=aFRXUHlob2VSYkxyQ1FhWEh2ZHovQT09 

Meeting ID: 982 3949 7741 

Passcode: 107942 

  

VERY IMPORTANT 

We may be recording the talk and if so, your image and/or questions may be on the recording. If we do record the talk , you will see the following statement on display for few minutes before the talk starts: 

Your contribution to the session is not compulsory; so if you do not consent to your image, voice or opinions being recorded then you must “Mute” your link and “Stop” your video recording. You will still be able to listen to the talk  

You then can use the CHAT button to give your consent to the recording. 

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