The weeks around the StudyUK Exhibition and EducationUSA Fair are always busy ones at Epsom College in Malaysia, as universities are keen to stop by. Friday, 2 March was particularly busy with two visiting lecturers. At lunchtime, Rupert Seal from Queen Mary’s University of London spoke on ‘International Law and Disputes’ with particular reference to the relationship between USA and North Korea, followed by Brexit and the legal issues surrounding the infamous Article 50.
In the evening, a number of boarders came to listen to Dr Steve Minchin from the University of Birmingham, who talked about ‘Genetic Switches’, which even he admitted was ‘fairly complex’. The students listened attentively and then enjoyed the following discussion, particularly on the relationship of dinosaurs and chickens and the potential there for genome editing.
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