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Dan Harris founder of Bee Saviour Behaviour. Picture: Marc Betts - Credit: Archant. A Norwich man has created a simple card he hopes people around the country can use to save bees' lives. Dan Harris said watching a bee feed is a great way to connect with nature.

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What is my age: 21
I can speak: Russian
What is my body type: My figure type is chubby
Favourite drink: Ale
My favourite music: Opera
I like: Roller-skating

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What advice do you have for young people considering a career in the world of science and research? Norwich Research Park Lifechangers. Mark manages Hethersett Athletic F. Each month, those working at the pioneering heart of Norwich Research Park tell us how their work is shaping the world we live in.

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Whether we will need to do it remains to be seen, but having that range of expertise on the Park to deliver world-class science is so important. Coronavirus Norwich sees Covid cases rise by 39pc in a week. Read their stories here. The proposed city-wide coronavirus testing project is the perfect example of that — our team connects science excellence with public health, operations management and communications professionals seamlessly so we can do very ambitious things.

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It is a big idea — and if we execute it, we want to make it transferable so we can give it to the rest of the country. You may also want to watch:. Become a Supporter This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years.

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He explains why making a major impact in the world of science and research takes more than just scientific acumen. My son plays and I get to see him grow up and live vicariously through him, which is the best part. I spent two days getting very nervous and counting the tins of baked beans in my cupboard, but soon realised I needed to do something.

My job is to deliver the strategic objectives of UEA Health and Social Care Partners — a collaboration of 12 organisations specialising in health and social care research.

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Norfolk Live Another one! I bring people together and support them to work successfully so that we can collectively achieve more ambitious aims for the benefit of the local population in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex. It is a civic partnership — we are trying to do more for our region and our people.

I spent 10 years working in international language education, teaching English abroad in the United States, Russia, Italy, Slovenia and Poland, before working in London as school principal for a large language chain. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support.

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Comments powered by Disqus. Some of the things we are working on include reducing opioid prescription, addressing childhood obesity rates, improving nutrition in care homes and developing better palliative care.

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The engine rooms of the partnership are research groups composed of academics, clinicians, sector experts and patients who meet regularly to make a difference on subjects that matter. Together with HSCP colleagues, I worked with organisations across the region to facilitate a of projects across Norwich Research Park including the production and distribution of hand sanitiser, the creation of care centre at UEA Sportspark and quality testing personal protective equipment PPE.

I love new projects and the opportunity to work with incredible people on exciting projects across Norwich Research Park never ends. Most Read.