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Longitude Prize Newsletter features NAMRIP

Published: 12 June 2017
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Longitude Prize Nesta game embedded in one segment of ‘The most dangerous game in the world’

Following the successful NAMRIP 2017 conference, the Longitude Prize newsletter devoted two of its main stories to the University’s Network for AntiMicrobial resistance and Infection Prevention (NAMRIP).

Two NESTA representatives attended the conference, held on Monday 5 June. NESTA, the Longitude Prize organisation, aims to back new ideas to support the big challenges of our time, and they published their newsletter within days with two features on the conference. 

The first recorded the keynote address by Lord O'Neill of Gatley, outlining the background to his review and the events that followed its publication.

The second article described our new NAMRIP exhibit, "The most dangerous game in the world", even reporting how, after the conference, it travelled to the Cheltenham Science Festival where its impact was so great as to cause a stream of children throughout the day to sing "happy birthday" twice through as they washed their hands in the toilet sinks (see the video here). Both articles can be downloaded below.

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