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Leadership for Learning: the Cambridge Network (LfL) was founded in 2001 by John MacBeath, David Frost, Sue Swaffield and Kate Myers. The decision to create a network, rather than a physical leadership ‘centre’, was based on the view that although LfL has a Faculty locus its main activities would be ‘out there’ among its members and associates. They, together with Faculty staff, international researchers and key policy makers, engage in activities that develop a web of collaborative knowledge creation and exchange.
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Other listsDisease Ontologies and Information (EBI, Hinxton, 19th June 2008) Churchill Compsci Talks Liberia's Independence Day Talk
Other talksWild West Noise estimation by PDE-constrained optimisation Solvent free computer simulation of nanoparticle-cell membrane interactions Cambridge Assessment Network: Reliability Art Speak Pure and Applied Focal Conics