Monthly Archives: June 2012

Great news for new grads!

We are thrilled to have been awarded £25,000 by the Higher Education Academy/JISC as part of the Open Educational Resources programme Open Educational Resources to help new practitioners cope is a really exciting project for us to be involved in.  … Continue reading

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Peeping behind the curtains: a look at our Historical Collection

Curious about what we keep behind our doors? Intrigued about the beginnings of the veterinary profession? Want to know the origins of the RCVS Presidential Regalia? We cover all that and more in an exciting new publication which the Trust … Continue reading

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Queen Victoria and the vet who ‘took this turn for horses’

As part of the celebrations for her Diamond Jubilee the Queen recently launched a website documenting the life of her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria.  The site contains the journals that Queen Victoria kept from the age of 13 (1832) until just before … Continue reading

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Diamond Dogs: The Queen’s Corgis

This Sunday, we will be watching, with baited breath, to see if the Queen takes her corgis aboard the Royal Barge, the Spirit of Chartwell, to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee with her.  Well, perhaps not, but in Britain the Pembroke … Continue reading

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