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This self-portrait, 'Scatterbrain', was made by Kate Powell. I like this picture because it has reasoning behind it and that makes me happy. She made it so it showed emotion. I like the way she shows the darkness in her drawings.
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Professor Rob Kesseler has been awarded first prize in the Royal Microscopical Society’s International Scientific Imaging Competition. The winning image depicts a medicago seed. Yesterday [2 July 2014], Professor Kesseler took 13 postgraduate students to attend the Microscience Microscopy Congress in Manchester. At the event, it was announced that Kesseler had bagged the top prize …
The following exercise will ask you 50 questions about your leadership style, and then give you an idea of your typical styles. If you are still a student you might like to answer the questions as you would if you were a manager in an organisation, rather than the way you would if, for example, you were president of a student society where the leadership style is more casual than that in most work environments.
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