It has been a very busy week here at the Post Office!
On what was Father's Day in the UK,
Our pleas for more contributors to The Post seem to have finally born fruit! A new column Ask Prof, provided by PCT3 is due to start next week, Frankie Roberto is gearing up for a series of interviews along the lines of the old 1-2-1 format, and yet another h2g2er, Vivek, has contacted us with a view to contributing. Add to these a plethora of articles from old friends and new Researchers and we find that we have a good, solid team willing to make The Post an even better read.
On a completely different tack, if you enjoyed the total eclipse seen by many in Europe in August 1999, why not hop over to The BBC Science Pages on Thursday 21st June around 13.30 BST? They will be broadcasting a live 'streaming video' from Chisamba, north of Zambia's capital Lusaka so that you can all enjoy the first 'total' of the millennium. You will find all the information you need at the site mentioned above.
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