14 September 2018

Three students celebrated the completion of a year-long collaboration with University of Liverpool PhD students this week.  As part of the Merseyside Young Life Scientists initiative, they have researched topics of their choice and produced detailed academic posters, which they displayed at a conference at the Liverpool Guild of Students.  Students Mark Fletcher, Chloe Gardiner and Taylor Harry discussed their topic of interest with academics and members of the public.  Taylor chose to investigate the adverse effects of high intensity training on athletes, Chloe researched the new body organ, the interstitium, and Mark, who received a special award for his exceptional enthusiasm and the detail of his research, presented information about life at very low temperatures.

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Category: College Life