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Healthcare science competition for schoolchildren

18th March 2010

Chief Scientific Officer Professor Sue Hill has announced a new competition to encourage schoolchildren to become the NHS scientists of the future.

Called ‘Diagnose it,’ the contest asks students to carry out a creative project on the work of healthcare scientists with the winning entries receiving one of four laptops and an invite to meet the Chief Scientific Officer in person at her conference in November. The competition is part of Healthcare Science Awareness Week which highlights the behind-the-scenes work carried out by scientists in the NHS.


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Article Information

Title: Healthcare science competition for schoolchildren
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 14420
Date Added: 18th Mar 2010


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