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Biology pupils in the Upper Fifth and Sixth Form enjoyed a lecture by Neil Gow, Professor of Microbiology at the University of Aberdeen and President of the UK Microbiology Society on the 21 February. Professor Gow spoke about the life of a scientist and the importance of research on the roles of fungi, particularly about the treatment of diseases.
He was impressed by our ‘talented students’, and many stayed after to ask questions about mycology (the study of fungi) and studying science at the University. Thomas Philips (Lower Sixth, Surrey particularly impressed Professor Gow with knowledge equivalent to a first-year undergraduate.
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