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Commercialising the MRI Scanner

Commercialising the MRI Scanner

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Self funded patients can pay for a MRI Scan which will include a radiologist report.

Cost of one body part scan will be £300, two body parts scanned during the same appointment will be £500.

A body area can be classed as the following;

  • Upper Limb Scans (hand, wrist, elbow, thoracic spine, cervical spine, shoulder)
  • Midsection Scans (sacral spine, pelvic area, lumbar spine)
  • Lower Limb Scans (foot, ankle, knee)

https://www.scanningforhealth.co.uk/

 

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Site Assessment using Invertebrates

Site Assessment using Invertebrates

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Site Assessment using Invertebrates

£475.00 sole occupancy, £445.00 shared occupancy or £400.00 non-residential

This residential course taking place at Preston Montford Field Centre, Shrewsbury on the 1st - 4th September 2017, is taught by Paul Lee an independent ecological consultant specialising in invertebrate ecology and conservation.  This course will be particularly useful for environmental professionals who may be required to interpret freshwater and terrestrial invertebrate survey data in a variety of situations.  it provides practical experience of undertaking an invertebrate site suvery and interpreting the results using a variety of analytical tools, particularly using Natural England's Invertebrate Species-habitat Information System (ISIS)  A basic level of competence in species level identifcation in at least one group of invertebrates will be assumed.  Central to the course will be the planning, implementation and interpretation of your own site survey. This course is part of the MSc in Biological Recording run by Manchester Metropolitan University.

www.sste.mmu.ac.uk/recording/

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Using the Vegetative Key to the British Flora - 18th Sept 2017

£45.00

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Using the Vegetative Key to the British Flora, with Mark Duffell.
Monday 18th September 2017, The Gateway, Shrewsbury

www.sste.mmu.ac.uk/recording/

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Biological Recording - an introduction

£45.00

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Biological Recording - an introduction
Making good records, collecting voucher specimens, and getting involved with recording schemes near you With Sarah Whild, Wednesday, 25th October 2017, The Gateway, Shrewsbury This one day workshop will provide an introduction to making ‘biological records’ – the accepted format for wildlife observations. We will look at the schemes and societies involved, we will make some records, learn how to make accurate and precise grid references, and how to submit our records to the right people and organisations so they are used for conservation and research. We will also look at how to make voucher specimens of various types, from moss and liverwort packets, herbarium sheets, invertebrate vouchers, and other types of evidence of your sightings.
Suitable for independent wildlife surveyors, wildlife trust volunteers, junior ecologists. ID skills not necessary.

www.sste.mmu.ac.uk/recording/

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21st Celebration event - CPD Conference

£20.00

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21st Celebration event
Celebrate 21 years of Biological Recording at our CPD Conference Saturday 9th September 2017 at The Gateway, Shrewsbury.

www.sste.mmu.ac.uk/recording/

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Identification of Macrofungi

£45.00

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Identification of Macrofungi.

A day course identifying the larger fungi with Jeanette Maddy.

Wednesday 18th October 2017 The Gateway Shrewsbury.

Have you ever wanted, or struggled, to identify a fungus? Would you like to participate in the recording of fungi? If you are unsure of where to begin or what would be involved then this course will be of interest to you. By the end of the course you will be familiar with basic fungal terminology, should be able to recognize several genera, and will have a good understanding of what steps to take when attempting to identify common larger fungi at least to genus and possibly to species.



Link to webpage for more info


www.sste.mmu.ac.uk/recording/

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