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For All Our Futures
Stats fan Rachel Fewster; Stephen Hoadley, opinion; Irene Chapple and Annie Goldson; Jim Speers and Tu Neill; John Middleton: mind your language
Professor Rachel Fewster discovered a way to combine her two loves: statistics and wildlife and never looked back.
Although doctoral student John Middleton doesn’t speak Tokelauan, he’s keen to ensure others do.
Masters student Irene Chapple worked with Professor Annie Goldson to tell the story of David Downs and others who have received CAR T-cell cancer therapy.
Opinion: Stephen Hoadley tracks the US history of 'retreats' during his lifetime and says for every 'failure' he can point to a qualified success.
Elam film-makers Associate Professor Jim Speers and alumnus Tu Neill talk about their documentary 'Ayukawa: The Weight of a Life'
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