As many of you will know, the annual symposium is the highlight of the UKICRS year. Of course, the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown has thwarted our best laid plans to host the Symposium in Manchester early June 2020. We'd love to hear from UKICRS members on their preferences for a rescheduled Symposium. Do we simply postpone until June 2021 ... or do we try to squeeze in a meeting for late 2020 or early 2021? Also, how would you feel about a virtual meeting in the interim ... perhaps an opportunity for student members to give online research presentations using Zoom? We're all ears! Let us know by completing a very short online poll.
Surviving lockdown ...
For many of us, laboratories have closed and our research projects have come to a grinding halt ☹️. Of course, if we're honest, lockdown has also brought a raft of new opportunities 🙂 ... growing our hair out like a 1970s hippy, endless online conference calls, learning to use hair clippers, wearing shorts/pyjamas all day long, round-the-clock Amazon shopping, and perfecting the art of looking relaxed and nonchalant in a queue outside Tescos. But let it be known – there's only so much Netflix and Joe Wicks one can endure. Use the comments feature below to share with us how you've been surviving lockdown.
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