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Durham University News



The Future of the Biotechnology Industry

(28 February 2003)

John Purvis, Member of the European Parliament for Scotland, will be addressing the University of Durham’s Westminster Club on Thursday 6 March. The lecture is open to all.

As one of the Conservatives' major players in Scotland, he is the rapporteur of the European Parliament’s report on the future of the biotechnology industry.

He will be addressing the University’s Current Affairs & Politics Society on present and future developments of the industry and will be asking if Europe is being left behind. The talk is open to the public as well as members of the University and commences at 6.30pm, on Thursday 6th March in the Holliday Building, (Room A11) at the University of Durham Queen’s Campus, Stockton.

Further information: Jan Cawood, Public Relations Officer, tel: 01642 335318
Notes to Editors

The Westminster Club was founded at Durham University’s Queen’s Campus in 2001 to promote current affairs and politics amongst young people. While not affiliated to any specific political party, the society runs a series of events that reinforce their mission statement; non solum cultus verum etiam communitatis (to enrich not only intellectually but also socially).

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