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Immunology News - August 2017

August's issue of Immunology News takes a look at global partnerships within immunology, including a new initiative by the University of Glasgow to build links with Malawi and the Society's own work collaborating with our Chinese and European colleagues. It also features an update on Society news including the upcoming BSI Congress and our recent report on immunology and the UK's life sciences strategy. 

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Prof Paul Garside, Dr Megan MacLeod an dProf Jim Brewer stage a Communicating Immunology Workshop in Kilifi, Kenya

Global health partnerships - from Glasgow to Malawi

Prof Paul Garside, Head of Centre for Immunobiology, University of Glasgow, discusses how new Global Health partnerships are spreading immunology knowledge and impact in the 'warm heart of Africa, Malawi. 

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A 'street-view' of four facilities

MRC Harwell Institute, The Pirbright Institute, University of Bristol and the University of Oxford were the four locations for the animal laboratories that opened their digital doors to the public through our website,

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The government's new industrial strategy: what place for immunology?

The government is in the process of launching a new life sciences industrial strategy but how will this affect immunology?

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Conversations with China: joint symposium

BSI Chief Executive Jo Revill, reports on our recent trip to China to meet with representatives from the Chinese Society for Immunology and Oxford University’s Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences group and our plans to build on these links.

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Mathematical Modelling Affinity Group: meeting report

The recent BSI Mathematical Modelling Affinity Group meeting, held on 8–9 June in Cambridge, provided an opportunity for immunologists, mathematicians and modellers to come together to discuss recent research interests.

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Join us at the BSI Congress 2017

This year, the British Society for Immunology Annual Congress is back, bigger and better than ever. Based in the beautiful city of Brighton and taking place on 4-7 December, our innovative programme boasts a diverse selection of immunology topics covering cutting-edge research from leading scientists around the world.

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