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Saturday, January 31, 2009

Job Title: :Senior Relationship Manager Location :- Birmingham Salary Range :- £55,000 to £86,000 plus benefits. Our client, a market leading life and pensions provider, require a Senior Relationship Manager to join their Outsource Management team on a permanent basis in Birmingham. The salary range is £55,000 to £86,000 plus benefits. The purpose of the role is to manage the strategic and operational relationship between the company and it's outsourced service providers (OSPs); to manage the contractual and commercial arrangements; to engage with stakeholders across the business and to manage and deliver major strategic initiatives and programmes of work. Educated to degree level (or evidence of similar capability), the successful candidate will be highly energised, proactive and forward thinking mentally with strong financial management and analysis skills, proven ability to manage significant budgets and achieve cost reduction targets. You will have excellent risk and relationship management skills demonstrable at all levels and have a strong knowledge of Legal framework relating to Life and Pensions companies. Experience of management of significant projects and understanding of the sourcing lifecycle. The Senior Relationship Manager will be responsible for 2-3 direct reports, therefore, experience of leading and motivating staff will be important. Experience of working within Life and Pensions is highly desirable. This is an excellent opportunity to join a market leading company for a challenging and rewarding career. Skills, Knowledge and Experience Required: * Strong financial management and analysis skills. * Proven ability to manage significant budgets and achieve cost reduction targets. * Excellent relationship management skills, demonstrable at all levels. * Demonstrable contract and third party management skills, combined with strong knowledge and experience of service level and performance management. * Strong knowledge of the Regulatory and Legal framework relating to Life and Pensions companies, in addition to the regulatory environment surrounding outsourced arrangements. * Strong risk management skills. * Experience in the definition and implementation of operational third party governance models and frameworks. * Strong Project Management skills and demonstrable experience in the management of significant projects. * Strong presentation skill. * Knowledge of trends and developments in the outsourcing field For further information please contact Remy Kingsley on remy.kingsley@closeresource.com
Channel Manager - Laptops
  • Channel Manager - Laptops Global Distributor UK Based - Thames Valley £45K - £65K Basic + Bonus + Car Allowance This company is one of the world's largest distributor of wireless devices, computer hardware and mobile handsets, with a turnover in excess of £20 billion. The Role The objective of this position is to head up the channel for laptops within the UK - one of the largest growth areas for the company in 2008. The main focus of this position will be to build strong and profitable relationships with the key clients in the channel including all Tier 1 and Tier 2 network operators, mobile operators, MVNOs, and mobile retailers in the UK. Key Responsibilities * Responsible for driving laptop sales through the channel at Senior Management and Director Level within existing clients * Strong emphasis on Business Development within existing clients as well as opening up new opportunities and revenue streams * Man management responsibility for 2 National Account Managers as well as a virtual team Required Experience * Knowledge and experience of the mobile and telecoms industry within the UK * Knowledge of the mobile retail channel and basic level IT * Proven success and track record within B2Cand B2B sales * Experience of Channel Sales would be an advantage * Strong negotiation skills * Previous Man management experience * Excellent account management and new business development capabilities * A thorough network within the channel and target markets * Confident and effective communicator at all levels If you are interested in this opportunity, please email your CV to adele@bigpondsolutions.com or call Adele Hanrahan on 0121 712 7204
Marketing Services Executive
  • Job Type: Permanent Location: Chelmsford Salary: Competitive + benefits Start Date: ASAP Duration: N/A Reference: 143099-1335_232514
Britvic produces some of the world's best known soft drinks, including Pepsi, Tango and Robinsons, and we are currently looking for Marketing Services Executives to develop a diverse range of marketing initiatives that will make our brands even more popular. As a Marketing Services Executive, you will plan the development, procurement and timely delivery of print and premium materials, developing viable packaging design and artwork that will offer the greatest value to Britvic and our renowned brands. This is a fantastic chance for a talented project coordinator to deliver imaginative solutions that will enhance the Britvic brand and confirm our leadership in the UK FMCG market. Britvic At Britvic, we offer exceptional careers to people with exceptional talent. From Pepsi to Tango, J2O to Robinsons, Britvic's brands have all become truly household names. We are already firmly established as one of the leading players in the UK FMCG market and with our increasing international presence, this makes it an exciting time to join Britvic. As a Marketing Services Executive your main responsibilities will involve: * Developing high quality marketing material briefs on time and within budget * Working with creative agencies to develop imaginative POS and premiums * Managing supplier and agency relationships, and conducting performance reviews * Ensuring all project developments comply with creative guidelines and are approved by management * Maintaining a catalogue of products and minimising stock excess through imaginative supply chain solutions As a Marketing Services Executive your skills and qualifications will ideally include: * Considerable commercial experience in sourcing marketing materials, working with either an agency or clients * Account / supplier relationship management experience * Exposure to artwork, print and premiums creation * Excellent project management skills and a demonstrated ability to lead the development of creative solutions from briefs What we will be looking for in you: Taking a creative and imaginative approach to problems and solutions, as a Marketing Services Executive with Britvic you will need to be a process driven individual who is able to suggest and implement efficient procedures using strong planning, organisation and time management skills.
Administration Supervisor
  • Job Type: Permanent Location: Bradford, Yorkshire Salary: Excellent plus Benefits Start Date: ASAP Duration: Perm Reference: 187628-CP-ER-AS-010901
Our Employee Relations team provide objective and pragmatic advice and support to Line Managers and colleagues to help to find the most effective resolution to everyday and unusual situations. No two cases are ever the same and there is rarely an easy solution. You will be responsible for the day to day supervision of the administration team covering primarily appeals, grievances, long term sickness management, age discrimination and union relations. There is an opportunity to improve the overall processes of case management and service provision through resource allocation, prioritisation of cases, invoice and order controls and escalation of priority cases. This role will also oversee the introduction and operation of the new Helpline. You will need to have previous experience in managing a team of administrators and also be able to work in a fast paced environment. Key skills required to be successful in this role include strong communication skills to all levels within the business, attention to detail, discipline, organisation and planning proficiency and Microsoft Office. An HR background and/or knowledge of the disciplinary and ER issues are essential. If you are interested in facing a new challenge gaining invaluable experience and insight that you can take with you on the next step of the career ladder and have the skills to support our team on an interim basis then we want to hear from you.
Finance Assistant
  • Job Type: Part-time Location: Bradley Stoke Salary: £13,519 - £14,870 pa Start Date: ASAP Duration: P/T Reference: 185867-4685573933002
  • Based at Head Office - Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre Salary is pro rata to hours worked - 22.5 hours per week Please quote reference LT0050/190 You will work on purchase ledger duties, processing invoices, dealing with suppliers' enquiries and helping with month end reconciliations. You will provide general financial and administrative support to the Finance section. You must have experience of working in an accounts department and of using an accounts system. In addition, you will be able to work methodically with excellent attention to detail and be able to use your own initiative. For an informal discussion, please contact Janice Green in the Finance Team on 01454 866875. Closing date: 3 February 2009. No Recruitment Agencies or Media Agencies. Please telephone us on 01454 866873 or log on to sgleisure.org/jobs for full details and an application form. We offer an attractive benefits package, including up to 29 days annual leave, free use of leisure facilities, subsidised cafĂ© prices, free uniform, final salary pension scheme and free quality training and career development.
  • Marketing Assistant
  • Job Type: Permanent Location: Bristol Salary: £22,598 - £24,724 Start Date: ASAP Duration: Permanent Reference: 185867-4685573907
  • Salary + Benefits The Planning Portal (planningportal.gov.uk) is an award-winning e-government initiative providing a one-stop shop for all users of the planning system in England and Wales. The Portal's Marketing Team is breaking new ground in the take-up of digital services to drive forward the government's modernisation agenda. Promoting the Portal to both professional and public audiences is a key priority and a wide-ranging challenge. If you're a budding marketing professional with the talent to match your ambition, this role in the team could be the perfect career platform. You'll make a vital contribution across the entire breadth of our marketing activity, from event support to managing the production of creative material and monitoring marketing campaigns in tandem with third party suppliers. Ideally you'll already have some broad-based experience in direct mail, advertising, events and PR, though if you're a career starter with real potential, we want to hear from you. A grasp of e-commerce solutions and issues surrounding government communications would be a big asset. For further information about the role and to apply please contact either Adam Telford, Head of Marketing and Communications T: 0117 372 8403 E: adam.telford@planningportal.gsi.gov.uk or Neil Davies, Head of Finance & Admin T: 0117 372 8470 E: neil.davies@planningportal.gsi.gov.uk Closing date: 4 February 2009.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Technical Analyst Placement


Your opportunity to make a real difference to changing energy starts here

Salary £14000


E.ON is one of the UK’s leading power and gas companies, generating, distributing and supplying energy to millions of homes and businesses. Our Generation business focuses on meeting customers’ needs for electricity and gas, we have a diverse portfolio of power stations and take great care to minimise our potential impact on the environment. We are committed to tackling climate change and are actively researching, developing and operating renewable and cleaner generation technologies.

We are looking for Undergraduates to join our Technical Analyst Placement this summer

Entry Requirements: IT related degrees, including joint honours degrees Location: Nottingham and Coventry Salary: £14000 Start Date and Duration: July - September 2009; 48 week placement

We are one of the UK’s leading energy companies, retailing electricity and gas to millions of homes and businesses across the country. Our energy expertise means we can tailor a wide range of products and services to meet our customers' individual energy requirements. We're committed to helping our customers improve the energy efficiency of their homes and reducing carbon dioxide emissions. We advise customers of the most beneficial energy tariffs to suit their needs, provide financial support for new products and offer practical guidance to help reduce their energy usage.

Our retail business consists of three distinct areas; professional functions, customer services and commercial operations. We have a number of undergraduate opportunities across the retail business - ranging from business analyst placements to renewable solutions design.

In the application support team, we work around the clock to maintain the performance, stability and function of our IT operations. We also offer a small changes and bug fixing service, working closely with our colleagues across the retail business to understand the problems they have, in order to improve our business processes.

As an undergraduate within this team, you will deliver solutions to various technical and functional issues. You will work on coding enhancements, change testing and delivery and ensure that coding best practices and standards are adhered to.

The role will require a determined attitude towards problem solving and the ability to work closely with the business IS teams. We are looking for candidates with a logical approach and an aptitude for computer programming, supported with good analytical skills. In this role, you will be working with colleagues across multiple business units, so an ability to communicate effectively at many levels is a key skill. All of this is set within the context of providing excellent customer service.


Closing date: February 2009

Laboratory Technician

BlueGnome Limited, Breaks House, Mill Court, Great Shelford, Cambridge, CB2 5LD, UK tel: +44 (0)1223 844441 fax: +44 (0)1223 844445 www.cambridgebluegnome.com

The Company: BlueGnome Ltd is a market leader offering innovative microarray-based solutions for detection of genetic disorders (CytoChip product range) and improvement of pregnancy rates via IVF (24sure product and service range).

The role: The role of Laboratory Technician is central to Bluegnome’s manufacturing and service offerings. It will provide an exciting opportunity to work within a growing, multidisciplinary company. Reporting directly to the Head of Molecular Technologies, the role will include the following responsibilities:

  • Manufacturing of microarray and FISH products for all BlueGnome product ranges
  • Performance, management and optimization of high quality production and service processes
  • Amplification, hybridization, and reporting of customer samples for the 24sure service
  • Establishing quality and reporting procedures
  • Investigation new technologies to meet customer requirements

The successful candidate will:

  • Ideally hold a degree in a relevant scientific discipline though consideration will be given for appropriate experience.
  • Ideally have experience in a routine diagnostic laboratory.
  • Possess significant experience of high-throughput molecular biology techniques.
  • Be a confident, self-motivated team-worker with a strong attention to detail and an ability to work independently.

Package: The position offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including matching of pension contributions and stock options.

Please contact/send CV’s to Nick Haan at careers@cambridgebluegnome.com.
London South Bank University Electrical/ Control Technician Faculty of Engineering, Science & the Built Environment £28,171- £32,858 PA (Subject to verification) We seek a qualified and experienced individual to work in our Electronics, Control and Robotic laboratories. Your duties will include setting up and supporting the delivery of class experiments, project work and building research rigs for external contracts. You will have a good working knowledge of Health and Safety regulations and will be expected to carry out Risk Assessments. You should be motivated, preferably with some experience of HE, and able to work both as part of a team and on your own initiative. For full details and application form please visit: www.lsbu.ac.uk/humanres or send a stamped SAE to HR, LSBU, 103 Borough Road, London SE1 0AA. Please quote the reference: ET37. Closing date (completed applications): 13 February.
Multi-Skilled Electrician E&FM Estates Vacancy Ref 6928 Job Family Operational Services Grade Level 2b Salary Range - From £24,152 Salary Range - To £24,152 Close Date Tuesday, February 3, 2009 The Department is responsible for both planned maintenance and initial response to emergencies across the University's sites. You will be responsible for undertaking planned and reactive maintenance work to electrical installations to all university buildings, whilst ensuring all works are undertaken in accordance with good trade practice, and comply with legislative requirements. You will be required on a Rota basis to be part of the emergency call-out cover for electrical failures outside of normal working hours. You will need to have carried out an Electrical Apprenticeship or possess an equivalent qualification or experience. You are required to have a broad level of relevant experience along with a working knowledge of health and safety. Training for this role will be available to the successful candidate. Please apply online at www.surrey.ac.uk/jobs, or contact Cindy Martin, (01483) 683835, C.A.Martin@surrey.ac.uk for an application form.

Research Technician

School of Chemistry

Closing date: 10/02/2009 Reference: EPS/90068

A research technician is required to assist in a major BBSRC/MRC-funded project. This project is focused on the analysis of nominally all the metabolites (the metabolome) in human serum to define their normal distribution in a healthy population and their role as early indicators of disease and the efficacy of drug and other treatments. You will analyse the metabolites present in human serum by a number of techniques (GC-MS, LC-MS, FTIR and FTICR). You will also be responsible for the maintenance of samples and records, and liaison with the other post holders.

Salary £24,152 - £27,998 p.a.

Informal enquiries Professor Roy Goodacre Email: roy.goodacre@manchester.ac.uk or

Dr Susan McIntyre Email: sue.mcintyre@manchester.ac.uk


How to apply To apply for this vacancy, download a copy of the application form either as a PDF, or RTF:

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To request a hard copy The Directorate of Human Resources Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences Tel: + 44 (0) 161 275 8837 Email: eps-hr@manchester.ac.uk

Please quote reference EPS/90068

Closing date 10/02/2009

Fieldworkers (Full and Part-time) Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (Ref. 14554) Are you dynamic, sociable and motivated, with a good sense of humour and the ability to relate to young people? This is an opportunity to work in a fast-paced research study involving 10,000 teenagers aged 16-18. We are looking for enthusiastic Fieldworkers to collect data from ALSPAC study participants. You will be a registered general nurse, be educated to degree level or have equivalent experience. You will have at least two years' experience in collecting data in a research study and have a sound understanding of research methodologies and the importance of research governance. You will also have excellent planning and organisational skills, be able to work under pressure and posses well-developed interpersonal skills with the ability to quickly build rapport with participants. Training will be provided prior to the commencement of the clinic which runs from 8am to 8pm, six days per week. We are, therefore, able to offer flexibility in terms of working hours. Non-EU Nationals please note The University has a legal responsibility to ensure that all employees are entitled to live and work in the UK. For academic and research vacancies or those that require highly specialist skills and qualifications we may be able to provide a certificate of sponsorship for a suitably qualified applicant to help in obtaining permission to work in the UK from the UK Border Agency. However, for vacancies that are not academic, research or highly specialist it is extremely unlikely that permission to work in the UK would be granted. In such cases we will therefore be unable to consider an application from someone who does not currently have permission to work in the UK. If you have any queries regarding your entitlement to apply for one of our vacancies please e-mail recruitment@bristol.ac.uk. Grade: Grade F Salary: £20,834 (pro rata for part-time posts) Contact for informal enquiries: Ms E Miller elizabeth.miller@bristol.ac.uk Tel. 0117 331 0036 Mrs L Duffy l.duffy@bris.ac.uk Tel. 0117 331 0035 Timescale of appointment: Contract: Permanent Anticipated interview date: 11 February 2009 Anticipated start date: 01 March 2009 Closing date for applications: 9.00 am on 06 February 2009

Healthcare Assistant

Students' Health Service

(Ref. 14560)

This is an exciting opportunity to join an established NHS Primary Care Team within the setting of a Students' Health Service. We aim to provide a positive healthcare experience for students of the University of Bristol and their dependents. This post provides support to the clinical team in a rapidly developing general practice for University of Bristol students, most of whom are 18-24 year old undergraduates.

We are looking for someone with a mature sympathetic approach, who has a genuine interest in and understanding of this age group and their needs. Experience of working in a healthcare setting and ideally as a healthcare assistant is desirable. An ability to communicate well and work within a close knit team is essential. Hours of work are 35 hours per week during University term-time, reducing to 3 days (21 hours) per week in University vacations. Job share applications are encouraged.

Non-EU Nationals please note The University has a legal responsibility to ensure that all employees are entitled to live and work in the UK. For academic and research vacancies or those that require highly specialist skills and qualifications we may be able to provide a certificate of sponsorship for a suitably qualified applicant to help in obtaining permission to work in the UK from the UK Border Agency. However, for vacancies that are not academic, research or highly specialist it is extremely unlikely that permission to work in the UK would be granted. In such cases we will therefore be unable to consider an application from someone who does not currently have permission to work in the UK. If you have any queries regarding your entitlement to apply for one of our vacancies please e-mail recruitment@bristol.ac.uk.

Grade: Grade D Salary: £16,547 - £18,550

Contact for informal enquiries: Mrs N Morle Nicki.Morle@gp-L81133.nhs.uk Tel. 0117 330 2577 Mrs S Windatt Sarah.Windatt@gp-L81133.nhs.uk Tel. 0117 330 2577

Timescale of appointment: Contract: Permanent

Closing date for applications: 9.00 am on 13 February 2009
Senior Transgenic Technician Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine Faculty of Medicine and Health The St James’s Biomedical Service is a new, state-of-the-art transgenic facility. Designed to enable new scientific programmes within the Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine (LIMM) and across the University, it’s set to further enhance our reputation for research. As part of a newly assembled team, you will be involved in all aspects of the production of transgenic mice, including their care and maintenance. A personal Home Office licence specifying mice is therefore required, together with knowledge of the Animal (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986. A clear commitment to animal welfare and research is also essential. You will be experienced in the field and familiar with experimental procedures, Schedule 1 techniques and rodent breeding programmes. You can maintain animal records and have sound working knowledge of Health & Safety issues. What’s more, you’re adept at building relationships, using IT and applying initiative to resolve problems. An Enhanced Disclosure from the Criminal Records Bureau is required, as is a full criminal and personal background check to BS 7858 standards. This post is available immediately at University Grade 6 (£24,152 - £28,839 p.a.) depending upon qualifications and relevant research experience Informal enquiries to sbsadmin@leeds.ac.uk
Technical Assistant Media School Ref:MED297 Starting Salary from £15,216 - £17,026 with progression opportunities to £18,550 You will be working in a Technology Rich Media environment supporting professional broadcast equipment and resource facilities within the Media School. The role is predominately Kit Room based; however there will be opportunities to support production activities in Animation, High Definition Television, Multi-Media Journalism, Radio and School Audio Visual resources. You will be able to multi-task under pressure in order to meet demanding production schedules. This post is offered on a fixed term basis until 31 July 2009 A detailed job description and person specification are available from our website (www.bournemouth.ac.uk/jobs) together with an online application form. Alternatively, please telephone 01202 961130 (24 hour answerphone) quoting the appropriate reference. Closing date: 12 February 2009. Interview date: 20 February 2009.
Research Support Technician Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine Faculty of Medicine and Health The St James’s Biomedical Service is a new, state-of-the-art research facility. Designed to enable new scientific programmes within the Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine (LIMM) and across the University, it’s set to further enhance our reputation for research. You will provide vital support to our team by cleaning, sterilising and maintaining animal cages and equipment. This calls for a commitment to animal welfare and research, as well as an understanding of Health & Safety issues. We’ll also be looking for enthusiasm and a willingness to learn. We need someone who’ll work under pressure and as part of our team, applying sound IT skills where necessary. Please note that this role involves some lifting. An Enhanced Disclosure from the Criminal Records Bureau is required, as is a full criminal and personal background check to BS 7858 standards. This post is available immediately at salary range University Grade 2 (£13,085 - £14,477 p.a.) depending on qualifications and relevant experience Informal enquiries to sbsadmin@leeds.ac.uk



There is a vacancy at the Hubrecht Institute for a Technician fulltime. (Utrecht), 38 hours per week Job description Function title: Technician The research group of Edwin Cuppen has extensive experience in automated high-throughput (re-)sequencing using capillary technologies. Over a year ago, his lab was the first in Europe to implement a next-generation sequencer from Applied Biosystems and they have now build up ex-tensive experience in a wide range of experimental approaches and bioinformatic procedures on this platform. In addition, his group manages, in collaboration with research groups at the University Medical Center Utrecht, the Utrecht Next-Generation Sequencing platform, which operates an AB/SOLiD and a Roche/454 next-generation se-quencer. The technician will join the team that operates these machines and will also assist in experimental procedures for preparing samples for sequencing, in particular small RNA samples. Requirements Required education/skills:We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated scientist. Candidates should have knowledge of and experience with molecular biological techniques, preferably DNA sequencing and next-generation sequencing technology. Job type: Auliliary staff Workfield(s): - Technical/Laboratory Organization HI - KNAW The Hubrecht Institute is a research institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. Presently there are 17 research groups with a total of about 200 employees. In addition to a highly interactive and international scientific environment, excellent research facilities are available for imaging and functional genomics. Moreover, several model organisms are present, including C. elegans, zebrafish and mice. The institute is situated in Utrecht at the university centre “De Uithof”. The Hubrecht Institute is affiliated with the University Medical Center Utrecht and has close connections with Utrecht University, e.g. in the Graduate School Cancer Genomics and Development Biology. Conditions of employment Estimated maximum salary per month: eur 3000 - 3500 Salary: scale 08. Maximum salary amount in Euro's a month 3028 Employment basis: Temporary for specified period Duration of the contract: This position involves a temporary appointment for 1 year. Maximum hours per week: 38 Additional conditions of employment: According to “CAO-Nederlandse universiteiten” (CAO-NU), scale 7 or 8, depending on relevant work experience the maximum gross monthly salary coming with a full-time appointment will amount to €3.028,-, excluding 8% holiday allowance and a 8,3 % year-end bonus. We offer an extensive package of fringe benefits. This position involves a temporary appointment for 1 year with the possibility of a 2-3 year extension. Additional Information Additional information can be obtained through the following link: Application You can apply for this job before 06-02-2009 (dd-mm-yyyy) by sending your application to: Hubrecht Institute Prof. Dr.E. Cuppen Uppsalalaan 8 3584 CT Utrecht The Netherlands E-mail: personeelszaken@niob.knaw.nl When applying for this job always mention the vacancynumber AT3027.

Research Technician

Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, Faculty of Medicine

£26,580 - £30,360 per annum

The Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology carries out research into the basic science and mechanisms of inflammatory diseases. We are currently seeking to recruit a Research Technician to join Professor Fionula Brennan’s group in the Department of Cellular Immunology and Cytokine Biology. The Cytokine Biology Group focuses on the study of cytokine expression and regulation in rheumatoid arthritis, with emphasis on regulatory and effector T-cell functions, and on therapeutic target identification to develop new treatments for chronic inflammation in RA and related diseases. This post includes both laboratory and technical support roles. The principal role will involve work on all aspects of lentivirus technology including, vector construction, virus production, virus titre and replication competency testing. This is an exciting new technology employed by our laboratory to the study of gene function in primary human immune cells and with wide-ranging potential applications in other research arenas such as cancer and gene therapy.

The position will also involve responsibility for the category II virus facilities, day to day operational management of the laboratory and provision of support for other members of staff and students.

You should hold a BSc/MSc qualification and have experience in a similar laboratory environment. You should have a methodical approach, good attention to detail and excellent interpersonal and organisational skills.

The post is full-time and will be funded for 23 months in the first instance and is based at the Charing Cross Campus.

For informal enquiries please contact Professor Fionula Brennan (f.brennan@imperial.ac.uk).

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