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The aim of the Institute for Manufacturing Buns Talks is to enhance our inter-centre communication and research work.
The seminars generally take placed at 10:00 am every Friday morning in academic terms. Every speaker will present for about half a hour, followed by about fifteen-minute discussion.
Afterwards, people can continue their discussions and enjoy fruit/buns in the IfM common room.
If you have a question about the programme, please contact: Yongjiang Shi (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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