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TGM Update 2014

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The TGM has had a busy 18 months since it was launched in March 2013. Our October 2014 update provides details of recent activity and information on upcoming events.

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Upcoming Event Cryptography

Techniques for Data Linkage and Anonymisation, 23rd October 2014

Increasing numbers of large databases describing people, their characteristics, and their behaviour are being looked to for analysis by both Government and commercial organisations.

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Upcoming Event Laboratory mouse

Understanding Microbial Communities - Developing the Potential, 4th December 2014

The importance of microbial communities for health, industry and the natural environment cannot be overstated. Despite this, there is an enormous gap between the levels of our empirical knowledge of microbial communities' composition and experimental and theoretical understanding of their function, structure, and dynamics.

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Upcoming Event Post-Quantum Research

Maths and Public Policy, Wednesday 10th December 2014, Kohn Centre, The Royal Society, London

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is working to raise the profile of the mathematical sciences and its importance to the public policy area.

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