Medical training in critical condition

By Professor Bruce Robinson. First published in the Sydney Morning Herald. In my office recently I saw a patient with a large pituitary tumour. It was causing multiple symptoms, including partial blindness. The patient didn't require surgery; his condition can be managed with medication and he will be cared for entirely as an outpatient.

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New Life for Old Coal

Researchers at the University of Leeds are exploring a greener, safer and cheaper way of using coal from deep underground seams as an energy source.

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Students Lead Global Expansion

The energy and commitment of five postgraduate researchers helped make this year’s White Spaces research network conference a huge success, attracting more than 30 delegates for the three-day event.

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Grant Opportunities for International Health Links

The British Council and THET are pleased to announce a third round of funding for the International Health Links Funding Scheme (IHLFS) IHLFS is offering project grants of up to £15,000 for one year to support existing links to develop and prepare a needs assessment, refine plans for a larger initiative or to pursue modest development programmes.

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