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Live Twitter Q&A with our Public Lecturer

Russell Foster, the speaker for our Annual Public Lecture, will be taking part in a live question and answer session on Twitter to continuing discussing the lecture’s topic: “The Rhythm of Life: how your body clock makes you tick”.

If you would like to be involved, tweet a question to @ThePhySoc using the hashtag #physocfoster from 12.30 on Wednesday 13 July. If you won’t be on Twitter but know someone who will be, do let them know.

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Heightened security

If you are a Member of The Society, and are planning to attend the Colin Blakemore Festschrift or The Society's AGM – without registering for the meeting – please ensure you have an up-to-date academic ID, or you may be refused entrance.

All attendees will receive an email on Tuesday 5 July, with full information on Physiology 2011

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You can now download the final programme. Remember, you will receive a printed copy at the meeting, so please do not print it out.

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Unlike last year, all the venues for the meeting are not on the same site, so please make sure you know where you're going.

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Abstracts will be given to all attendees at the meeting on a USB drive, unless you selected to get a printed version instead.

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We have a number of other sessions to complement the programme. Including, a debate, a workshop and a business meeting.

*Please note the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of The Physiological Society is only open to Society Members.

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