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@TheStrokeAssoc @POST_UK wrote a paper for MPs and Peers on #stroke in 2014 http://t.co/1Xkt2YH1UG
@LDonnachie @ROGAstronomers Early spherical galaxies pretended to be flat elliptical galaxies and fooled astronomers.
@Rose_E_Cook @plotlygraphs I just found it too!
Great visualisation about the internet of things from @infobeautiful http://t.co/6WpgxqkCbG
@digiminster Thanks :) :) :) :)
@digiminster I think the link is broken. This one works for me http://t.co/pllfFhotBl
@digiminster Have I missed this?
Here's what happens at a start of a new parliament http://t.co/O7NU0rbHgw
Catch POST's @cptyler at @UCLPublicPolicy's BIG questions FREE event weds 27 May 6-7.30pm http://t.co/DBByTTjkSE
In other news, the @ESRC fellowship is now open.Come work with us for 3 months.DL 5th July http://t.co/UNZzKkLL9E hw http://t.co/sPp6bpYAHC
Tonight the POST fellows and staff watching the election results in The Cinnamon Club http://t.co/fTmbPV3vLy
PhD students at #bpsconf, talk to us about the fellowship we run with @BPSOfficial to work in parliament for 3 months http://t.co/35zGmtDPnE
Come visit Henry to talk about parliament and policy @BPSOfficial #bpsconf http://t.co/MqB2JaAR3E
Early train to get to the @BPSOfficial annual conference in Liverpool http://t.co/wGT1ER3Bcx
@granthamcsf no probs