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On Friday 1 July 2022, DPAG, Biochemistry and Kavli INsD came together for a street party to celebrate the completion of the landscaping project on Sherrington Road.

Video Credit: Tim Bearder, Liberal Media

 

The Sherrington Road Street Party capped off a tremendous day of events celebrating physiology, and brought the DPAG community together with the neighbouring Kavli Institute for Nanoscience Discovery (Kavli INsD) and Department of Biochemistry.

From 4.30 - 6.30pm, staff, students, emeritus members and academic visitors socialised and enjoyed paella, pizza, ice cream, drinks and music in the sun.

Street Party crowd

Street Party food and drink montage

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