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Reimagining laboratory‐based immunology education in the time of COVID‐19 / Thomas Wilkinson, Rob Nibbs, Nigel Francis

Immunology, Volume: 163, Issue: 4, Pages: 431 - 435

Swansea University Authors: Thomas Wilkinson, Nigel Francis

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The pandemic has brought challenges to teaching lab and research skills. Here Nigel Francis and colleagues explore the diverse approaches taken to replace lab-based immunology teaching, explain how networks of educators have driven this innovation and discuss the importance of retaining best practic...

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ISSN: 0019-2805 1365-2567
Published: Wiley 2021
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