October - December 2021: In this Newsletter there's a fun article by Remo on the link between Stork populations and human birth rates, an article on risk assessment by myself, the continuing story of the Douro trip by Roger, an eco. friendly transport solution reviewed by Joe and Christian's investment commentary. All this in addition to the usual review of past events and the Humour section. Thanks once again to all the contributors.
The New Members Reception is also announced - please see our Events section on the website for details and to register.
July - September 2021: In this Newsletter there an article by Remo on the risks / consequences of using mouthwash, an article on the efficacy of facemasks by Muthana and a brief report on the breakthrough on calculating protein structures using AI. There are also interesting travel articles by Roger (Salamanca) and Wayne (his continuing sailing adventures), a "ski-season wrap-up" by Joe and Christian's investment commentary. Finally, there's the humour section. Now that we're able to meet in person, there's also the announcement of the Summer Party - sign up now!
My thanks to all the contributors.
April - June 2021: In this edition of the Newsletter there are articles on intermittent fasting for weight loss from Remo, on the human mind from Muthana, the Douro from Roger, an article on the Jungfrau region by Joe and the Investment commentary from Christian. In addition, there is an article from Wayne (a new contributor) on his very scary night sail to Mallorca and the usual Humour section.
February – March 2021: Welcome to the February / March '21 version of the IMCZ Newsletter. In this edition we have a contribution from Remo on how immuno-diversity plays a role in choice of partners, from Muthana on Mathematics in Music, the regular investment commentary from Christian and an article on sport's equipment from Joe, this time focusing on trekking. There's also the usual humour section, titbits - and an article from myself on approaching the limits for miniaturisation of silicon chips.
As always , my thanks to the contributors for their excellent work