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The 2015 RDM Annual Symposium will take place on Monday 2nd February in the Said Business School.

Picture of the Saïd Business School.
Saïd Business School

The day will consist of a series of talks and a poster session and is an excellent opportunity learn more about the research conducted within the RDM. Attendance is free but you must register in advance by emailing Kathryn Smith (kathryn.smith@cardiov.ox.ac.uk). Our keynote speaker is Prof Dame Carol Robinson from the Department of Chemistry in Oxford. 

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