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A new history book on the IBMS, Letters of Consequence: A History of the Institute of Biomedical Science, has been written by David Petts, Tony Harding and edited by Brian Nation. It will be published in time for the centenary celebrations in 2012. more >>
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The Institute, in collaboration with Sysmex,has produced a Haematology Morphology Training CD-ROM, which serves as a useful pre- and post-registration training aid for haematology laboratories.