My research presentation at Crieff two days ago was hugely successful. I presented the material well (to a packed audience), my research was well received, and most importantly I received excellent feedback from my discussant, my PhD supervisor, and the audience. By far my most successful presentation so far...

I will post again soon about what I plan to do next once I finalize my research plans a bit more...

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I'm very glad to hear it. Well done.

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