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Several collections of new pages have been created and added to the DPAG website.

As part of our Athena SWAN Silver Award renewal, the 'Work with us' section of the site has been re-vamped, including a new landing page, updated Athena SWAN pages, and a brand new Supporting Our Staff section.

Not only this, but extensive research has resulted in a new 'Our History' section, which explores not only the history of the Department, but also the history of anatomy, physiology, and genetics at the University, dating back as far as c.1100.

For more information on the history of the Department, look out for some digital content coming soon. 

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