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At The Exchange in Birmingham for the first of the MyAge sandpit events, supported by @BBSRC and @The_MRC .
Aim is to build collaborations involving early career researchers, with pump priming funds available
@UkAgeing @KeithMGodfrey https://www.ukanet.org.uk/my-age/

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Launch of the MyAge Ageing Network:

MUSCLE RESILIENCE ACROSS THE LIFE COURSE: FROM CELLS TO SOCIETY
What is the future of ageing research?
https://www.ukanet.org.uk/my-age/

@UkAgeing @BBSRC @The_MRC @KeithMGodfrey

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Imperial research is best in UK, finds REF 2021 | Imperial News | Imperial College London https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/236379/imperial-research-best-uk-finds-ref/

REF 2021: Quality ratings hit new high in expanded assessment https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/ref-2021-research-excellence-framework-results-announced via @timeshighered

MyAge - Muscle resilience across the life course: from cells to society – collaboration initiation sandpit.
Limited spots and potential for funding, with a focus on ECR development. Please register below
@KeithMGodfrey @Kambiz_Alavian @BBSRC

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