Dear STEM Ambassador: Here is your March 2017 newsletter 
Dear STEM Ambassador

We are at one of the busiest times for STEM Ambassador requests: National Science Week. You will see many requests, particularly a growing number from Primary Schools in need of support. Illustrated are examples of the very diverse STEM Ambassador events that took place recently.
STEM Ambassadors should remember that community engagement events are increasingly seeking support from STEM Ambassadors. In the next newsletter we will explore a few of these excellent engagements,
Sian
STEM Ambassador coordinator Hub Wales
sian.ashton@see-science.co.uk 
 

Contents
News
Opportunities in schools

IPSEN Biopharma make impact across Mid Wales 
 

Ipsen Biopharm is a major French Pharmaceutical company. The Wales site is based at Wrexham and we are privileged to have 6 STEM Ambassadors active on site. The company manufactures pharmaceutical products including treatments for prostate cancer, muscles spasms and growth failure among children. 

From left to right:
Kevin Owen, teacher Dave Bass, Angela White, Stephen Keel, Nicola George, Marsha Evans.
 
The strategic location for this team of Ambassadors was successfully realized when Dave Bass, Head of Biology at Welshpool High contacted me with a speculative request for a session on ‘Applications of Biology in the Workplace’.
Ipsen Ambassadors had already attended a careers event, but this session required a workshop developed to make the session interactive and engaging for Yr 10 pupils. The success was realized by helpful discussion with Dave and the Ipsen team led by Kevin Owen.  

The session included: Teacher Dave Bass  shown here  dressed up in the PPE equipment for manufacturing  pharmaceuticals
  • A talk from Ipsen on life as a professional Biologist specialising in Microbiology
  • 3 Pupils were ‘gowned up’ to simulate working in a sterile environment
  • A CSI type challenge for all pupil teams - using microbiology clues to investigate the effects of microbial contamination on people and products
 
The session is an example of collaborative support and planning:  STEM Ambassador coordination in sourcing the expertise, Ambassadors trained at the induction; excellent discussion and planning with the teacher and the dedication of teacher and Ambassadors to deliver a session tailored to the teacher’s aims. 
“To say that it was a brilliant session would be an understatement! We were bowled over by the welcome and by the interaction with the pupils. It’s thrown a whole new level of respect for the hard work that teachers put in” Kevin Owen
 
 
Massive thanks to Kevin and his team for the STEM activity…. Year 10s found it very enjoyable … several of them have commented “it has made them think differently about science careers.”  The enthusiasm displayed by all the group from Ipsen was infectious and the activity was so well planned and resourced that I could not believe it was their first trip out to a classroom”  Dave Bass Head of Biology Welshpool

 
Bryntirion School Primary Feeder Primary Day

Each year Bryntirion School hosts their feeder Primary Schools introducing pupils to the school through a variety of round robin practical activities. STEM Ambassadors deliver the Science and Engineering workshops Each session is 30 minutes, this year the ‘STEM’ activities included: STEM Ambassadors Linda Whittaker from Tenovus with a game on genetics and cancer research, Jon Laver with demonstrations on Electronics and Sian Ashton with a session on Diabetes and testing mock urine samples for glucose. Teachers were very enthused by the impact of the science modules on the pupils – many pupils keen to develop their interest in practical science when attaining secondary school
 
6 Sessions were delivered to 250 Year 6 pupils, pictured are Trelales School at the Diabetes testing session and Tenovus at their Healthy Cell workshop.
Teacher comments were glowing: “Year 6 enjoyed a science taster day as part of their transition to comprehensive school.”
  
“I would just like to thank everyone who took part yesterday. It was a big success and we’ve had a lot of positive verbal feedback.
Without your kindness, giving up your own time, none of this would have been possible.” Helen Workman Science Coordinator Bryntirion School
 “I had a great time with pupils @BryntirionComp Science Taster Day - talking about keeping our cells healthy” STEM Ambassador Lisa Whittaker
 
Bloodhound SSC Experience comes to Willowtown Community Primary School   
 
STEM and Bloodhound SSC Ambassador Allan Reid accepted an invitation to spend a day at the school in Ebbw Vale, South Wales on the 9th February 2017 to talk and work with the children to understand this remarkable, challenging and innovative project who’s objective is to design and construct a car capable of setting a new world land speed record of more than 1000mph
The day was split into two parts, the morning session started with the introduction to the Bloodhound SSC adventure which explored the history of the world land speed records over the last century
During the talk Allan explained Bloodhound SSC’s educational ambition is to encourage children of their age to consider a later career in one of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) disciplines’.

When Year 5 were asked what they would like to do after they leave school, surprisingly many of the children indicated they had already a keen interest in taking up a career in a number of STEM fields. Allan went on to present details of how the design of the car evolved, its physical makeup and construction and how and where the land speed record attempts will be undertaken.

Children were given the opportunity for some “hands on” modelling experience to build model cars of their own. Year 5 was separated into teams of 2 or 3 with some undertaking a “Balloon Car” challenge made up from cardboard cut out sheets of the Bloodhound SSC together with other component parts in their packs provided.
The remaining groups were given more challenging tasks to design and build cars constructed from K’nex kits.

All the children really enjoyed making the Balloon cars and the models made from the K’Nex kits. It was noted by a member of staff that the wonderful thing about this age group is that they are easy to inspire and motivate them to get the full benefit of this unique and enjoyable learning experience.  During their initial research into “What’s the Limit” and prior to this visit of the Ambassador, members of staff constructed a display of the Bloodhound SSC on the wall of the main corridor leading to their class. This display would later be enhanced with all the photographs of the children taken during the day as a lasting memory of what the children accomplished during term.  
 
STEM Ambassador Allan Reid

 
Opportunities in schools
Swansea and West Wales
Swansea. STEM Week session. Brynmill Primary Swansea SA2 0BU. 13 – 17 March Seeking any help or sessions from STEm ambassadors to help create an exciting learning opportunity for the children, whilst promoting science
  • Potter patter- looking at water experiments and floating and sinking  Nursery / reception
  • Big wide world:  Environment and habitats Year 1 & 2
  • Flight engineers - looking at flight and forces Year 3 & 4
  • Skin deep - looking at microorganisms and bacteria Year 5 & 6
  • Girls into STEM: The school is also targeting  more able and talented girls in maths and science and looking to increase standards in this area. They would like any aspect of Science and Maths sessions during the term for this target group.
Swansea. Science Club visits: STEM / Coding. Pontarrdulais School SA1 8PD.  Any Thursday 12.15pm – 1.00pm. Teacher Michelle Wood is seeking Ambassadors for problem solving science or activities. Pupils are also learning Scratch as part of coding. 20 pupils KS2/ KS3 attend. 

Swansea.  Medical Physics session A level puils. Morriston Comprehensive School SA6 6NH.  Date to suit Ambassador. Teacher David Meredith is seeking a STEM Ambassador for a talk / session on Medical Physics and career routes. Session length would be one hour. 8 pupils attend the class and are interested in professions in this field

LAB IN A LORRY One of the most popular STEM activities, Lab in a Lorry, will be in need of STEM Ambassadors at these schools. You will be trained before the sessions begin. All experiments are KS3 level. For more about the Lab: http://www.labinalorry.org.uk/
Further dates for Summer Term will be coming soon. If you are interested
I’ll place you in contact with James Bamford


SWANSEA.  CREST Awards Judge 3 April Liberty Stadium. STEM Ambassadors will judge the CREST projects. Judging criteria is provided. The expertise can be from any background, the projects are assessed on level of understanding, presentation and participation of each pupil team. Pupils are aged 14 – 16 yrs 

Swansea. STEM Week session. Brynmill Primary Swansea SA2 0BU. 13 – 17 March Seeking any help or sessions from STEm ambassadors to help create an exciting learning opportunity for the children, whilst promoting science
  • Potter patter- looking at water experiments and floating and sinking  Nursery / reception
  • Big wide world:  Environment and habitats Year 1 & 2
  • Flight engineers - looking at flight and forces Year 3 & 4
  • Skin deep - looking at microorganisms and bacteria Year 5 & 6
  • Girls into STEM: The school is also targeting  more able and talented girls in maths and science and looking to increase standards in this area. They would like any aspect of Science and Maths sessions during the term for this target group.
Swansea. Science Club visits: STEM / Coding. Pontarrdulais School SA1 8PD.  Any Thursday 12.15pm – 1.00pm. Teacher Michelle Wood is seeking Ambassadors for problem solving science or activities. Pupils are also learning Scratch as part of coding. 20 pupils KS2/ KS3 attend. 

Swansea.  Medical Physics session A level puils. Morriston Comprehensive School SA6 6NH.  Date to suit Ambassador. Teacher David Meredith is seeking a STEM Ambassador for a talk / session on Medical Physics and career routes. Session length would be one hour. 8 pupils attend the class and are interested in professions in this field


Swansea. Ffynone House. Science club for year 7 and 8 pupils. Mondays at 1.20 to 2pm.  Karen Wright is requesting STEM Ambassadors, particularly with an engineering background for a session at the lunchtime club. Expanding the club to include engineering projects e.g a kind of Heath Robinson club, construct a mechanical device to undertake a task etc. Any session would help as engineering expertise is not commonly available at this school

Swansea. STEM curriculum sessions or STEM Club visit. Autumn – Spring. Dates flexible. Ysgol Bryn Tawe Penlan SA5 7BU. Can you assist teacher Rhiannon Williams with a session for her pupils on any of these topics? HT = Half term period Year 7:
HT4 - STEM HT - about renewable energy
HT5 - Solids Liquids and Gases
HT6 - Mixtures - possibly a forensic police officer???
Year 8
HT4 - Science Week - Topic to be discussed
HT5 - Food
HT6 - Using energy
Year 9
HT4 – Health.

 
Cardiff Newport Monmouth and Vale of Glamorgan
Vale of Glamorgan. STEM week session on ‘CHANGE’. 13 – 17 March. Cadoxton Primary School Victoria Park Barry CF63 2JS. Teacher Hannah Cogbill is seeking sessions on ‘Change’ for KS2 pupils. Any topic would be fine, could be chemistry, growth of plants / animals, climate and weather, forces etc.
 
Cardiff. STEM week sessions 13-17 March. Tongwynlais Primary Cardiff CF15 7LF.  Elaine Stockdale is keen to host more STEM Ambassadors sessions. Topics of interest include ‘Under The Sea’ Light and Electricity (4 – 6 years) Living Things, Habitats, Growth, Food Webs (7 – 10 yrs). Some practical element is very welcome. 
 
Cardiff. STEM week sessions (Welsh or English) 13-17 March. Ysgol Nant Caerau Caerau CF5 5QZ. Alaw Le Bon wants to build on the success of last years’ science week. She requests STEM Ambassadors for sessions on: Sustainability (10 / 11 yrs old) Light, Sound Electricity (8/9 yrs), Recycling. Sea Animals (6/ yrs), Sound (Nursery). Practical / interactive is ideal with Primary pupils.
 
Cardiff. ‘Radnor Primary University’ Mad Science Club. Friday afternoons. 28 April – 26 May. Radnor Primary Canton CF5 1RB. Deputy Head Peter Roderick has set up a ‘university’ for his pupils. Pupils are in 2 groups: age 7-9 and 9-11. Peter would welcome STEM Ambassadors who could offer a Friday afternoon session of 45 mins to each group (2 sessions total). Engaging activities are a plus! 
 
Barry. STEM Weeks sessions. 13 -17 March All Saints Plas Cleddau Barry CF62 7FG. Teacher Sue Thomas is seeking a STEM Ambassador session for pupils. Sue would be pleased to accept any topic for any year group of pupils.
 
Barry. STEM Week sessions on ‘Change’ 13 – 17 March. Romilly Primary School. Jemma Jones is seeking STEM sessions for any age range in the school. 3 yrs – 10 yrs old. The theme of Science Week is Change. A session with a demonstration or activity would be welcome. Or interesting theme. 
 
Caerphilly. Forces, Food Chains, Habitats, Life Cycles, States of Matter. Cwm Ifor Primary CF83 2PG Any Tuesday – Thursday. Teacher Andrew Rowlands is seeking sessions for his pupils on these topics:  Yr 2: Life cycles Yr 2: Forces Yr 6 States of Matter Yr 6 Food Chains /Habitats 
 
 Penarth. Brining Science and Maths to Life. Headlands Special School St Augustine’s Rd CF64 1YY. Flexible dates as suit Ambassadors. Kevin Farrow is seeking STEM Ambassadors for his special needs pupils. Pupils are aged 14 – 19yrs working at KS 3 – 5. Applications of science / maths in life with a workshop, hands on session would be brilliant. STEM Ambassadors should note that pupils have emotional, social and behavioural needs. 

Vale of Glamorgan. Penarth. Skin Deep Primary Session. Fairfield School CF64 2RT.Teacher Julie Dharamshi is seeking a session on ‘Skin Deep’ a topic on the body, bacteria and viruses. Practical interaction would be welcome. 

Cardiff. Human Body. Human Body - any aspect / function Grange Town Primary CF11 7XS. Monday or Tuesday pm to April 4.Teacher Gemma Mairona is seeking an interactive session (some practical demo would be ideal) Year 4 pupils (7 - 8 yrs old) - 30 pupils per class 2 Sessions required Afternoon is preferred but Gemma can be flexible on time Pupils have a basic knowledge and only just started the Human Body topic.  

LAB IN A LORRY One of the most popular STEM activities, Lab in a Lorry, will be in need of STEM Ambassadors at these schools. You will be trained before the sessions begin. All experiments are KS3 level. For more about the Lab: http://www.labinalorry.org.uk/   If you are interested I shall place you in contact with James Bamford for the Summer Term dates.

Llangorse Brecon. Primary science sessions. Dates flexible. Llangors Primary LD3 7UB. Jude Hurne is eager to host STEM Ambassadors for any of these topics:Y3 Moving and growing, teeth and healthy eating. Y4 Sustainability/ recycling. (Also anything engaging) Y5 Light, sound and electricity. Y6 Healthy living and nutrition

Newport. Autumn – Summer Terms. Primary Science support. St Woolos School Stow Hill. NP20 4DW.     How Does My Body Work Yr 3 &4? Physics Yr 4 & 5Water Life Yr 5 & 6 Summer  Teacher Abi Watkins is keen to welcome STEM Ambassadors who could offer sessions on these topics. Pupils work in classes of 30, some interactive practical would be ideal if possible:  World of Water Yr 3 & 4Down in the Woods Yr 4 & 5 Healthy Living Yr 5 & 6  


 Sorrell Saturday Club ‘Great British Food Scare’ STEM Ambassador speakers:  Cardiff Metropolitan University, Llandaff Campus, 200 Western Ave, Cardiff CF5 2YB
Saturday 8 April 10:00am – 1:00pm  Saturday 27 May  10:00am – 1:00pm Speakers are required.
Students are studying Food Science, food safety and hygiene and Food Production. If you can offer a short talk / activity on any aspect from nutrition to food production, safety etc I will place you in contact with Natalie Rey.

Crickhowell. Senses. February – March Crickhowell Primary.  Crickhowell NP8 1DY. Alison Weaver has requested an STEM Ambassador to help with the current topic 'Senses' Sound (music), Taste, Sight, Smell or Touch. She would like an Ambassador who can give a talk, short workshop or practical activity. Year 3/4 - ages 7, 8 & 9 (approximately 65 pupils over 3 classes) 

Cardiff based. Supress the Mess. STEM Ambassadors training and support.  
Suppress the Mess is an educational board game developed by researchers at Cardiff University. Suppress the Mess aims to demystify cancer and start conversations about this common disease that is often seen as a tabooed topic.
The team  are seeking STEM ambassadors for training and delivery of the game, use the game with their chosen audience and provide feedback to the Suppress the Mess team. All help would be gratefully received, and you do not need to be an expert in cancer biology. The aim is to develop a self-sufficient educational tool. If you are interested  please contact me I will place you in contact with Fiona Wylie.


Cardiff. STEM presentations show and pupil discussion. 17 May 11am – 2pm. Grange Town Primary CF11 7XS. Teacher Mary Lewis is seeking Ambassadors to view a showcase event. Year 4 and 5 have completed activities on Materials (Yr5) and The Human Body (Yr4). Ambassadors will view their work and then open up a discussion on their work and how these topics relate to their work. For more information and to offer support please contact me 

Statistics in Biology, Genetics, DNA, PCR. Ysgol Gyfun Garth Olwg Pontypridd CF38 1RQ. Teacher Llyr Evans is seeking support for his A level pupils. Either with hands on activities for DNA and Genetics or specialists in statistics who can deliver a session to explain some of the statistic work in the curriculum
North and Mid Wales
Wrexham. Data Science talk / table top session. Tuesday 28 March 4.30 – 6.30pm Rhosnesni School LL13 3ET. Teachers are meeting at the school for a session on Big Data, Data Management, Data Science. STEM Ambassadors who can offer either a 5 minute talk or a 15 minute table top discussion session are very welcome. 


Wrexham. Science / Engineering / Maths sessions. Black Lane School,  Long Lane, Pentre broughton LL11 6BT. Teacher Beccy Fox is seeking sessions: Presentation or Workshop for Year 5/6 pupils. There are 28 pupils in 2 classes. The session would be 30 -45 mins, or longer if required. Beccy would also like to cover how STEM is used in various jobs. 

 Lab in a Lorry Bangor University Hub. 14 and 15 March STEM Ambassadors offered travel expenses.. One of the most popular STEM activities, Lab in a Lorry, will be in need of STEM Ambassadors at these schools. You will be trained before the sessions begin. All experiments are KS3 level. For more about the Lab: http://www.labinalorry.org.uk/

Further dates for Summer Term will be coming soon. If you are interested
I’ll place you in contact with James Bamford


Llangorse Brecon. Primary science sessions. Dates flexible. Llangors Primary LD3 7UB. Jude Hurne is eager to host STEM Ambassadors for any of these topics:
  • Y3 Moving and growing, teeth and healthy eating.
  • Y4 Sustainability/ recycling. (Also anything engaging)
  • Y5 Light, sound and electricity.
  • Y6 Healthy living and nutrition
Powys. Renewable energy  / Biomass/ Wind Turbine session. Llangynidr Primary School Crickhowell NP8 1LU. Teacher Claire Watson is seeking an Ambassador to present workshop or talk on either Renewables, Biomass, Alternative energy. 

Crickhowell. Senses. February – March Crickhowell Primary.  Crickhowell NP8 1DY. Alison Weaver has requested an STEM Ambassador to help with the current topic 'Senses'Sound (music), Taste, Sight, Smell or Touch. She would like an Ambassador who can give a talk, short workshop or practical activity. Year 3/4 - ages 7, 8 & 9 (approximately 65 pupils over 3 classes) 

Merthyr Tydfil. Next Step Careers Event. 6 April 3.30 -5.30 pm Bishop Hedley High School CF47 9AN.   
The event is focussed on year 11 pupils, taking their selections of subjects for A levels. Employers and STEM participants will showcase / discuss opportunities in their profession post 16 years.
 
 
Bridgend County, Rhondda Cynon Taf 
Statistics in Biology, Genetics, DNA, PCR. Ysgol Gyfun Garth Olwg Pontypridd CF38 1RQ. Teacher Llyr Evans is seeking support for his A level pupils. Either with hands on activities for DNA and Genetics or specialists in statistics who can deliver a session to explain some of the statistic work in the curriculum

LAB IN A LORRY One of the most popular STEM activities, Lab in a Lorry, will be in need of STEM Ambassadors at these schools. You will be trained before the sessions begin. All experiments are KS3 level. For more about the Lab: http://www.labinalorry.org.uk/
Further dates for Summer Term will be coming soon. If you are interested
I’ll place you in contact with James Bamford


 Llangorse Brecon. Primary science sessions. Dates flexible. Llangors Primary LD3 7UB. Jude Hurne is eager to host STEM Ambassadors for any of these topics:
Y3 Moving and growing, teeth and healthy eating.
Y4 Sustainability/ recycling. (Also anything engaging)
Y5 Light, sound and electricity.
Y6 Healthy living and nutrition    

Merthyr Tydfil. Next Step Careers Event. 6 April 3.30 -5.30 pm Bishop Hedley High School CF47 9AN.   
The event is focussed on year 11 pupils, taking their selections of subjects for A levels. Employers and STEM participants will showcase / discuss opportunities in their profession post 16 years.   


              
Pembrokeshire Aberystwyth Mid Wales
Pembroke. Science Week / Electricity sessions. Golden Grove Primary Pembroke SA71 4DP. 13 – 17 March any day. Teacher Hannah Harries is seeking hands-on sessions.
Yrs 5 / 6 are focussing on Electricity.
Other year groups will be pleased to have any engaging session. 

Pembrokeshire. Science sessions. Any dates possible. Holy Name Primary Fishguard. SA65 9DFTeacher Abbie Davies is keen to source expertise for help with any of these topics:
 
Class One (3 and 4yrs old)
Term 2 - Ourselves
Term 3 – Transport
Class Three (5 and 6 years old)
Term 2 - how humans affect the local environment eg litter, water pollution, noise pollution
Term 3 - How things work - sound and light
Class Four - (7 and 8 years old)
Term 2 - The Sustainable Earth
Term 3 - The Human Body
Class Five - (9 and 10 years old)
Term 2 - Forces/Electricity
Term 3 - Interdependence of Organisms

LAB IN A LORRY One of the most popular STEM activities, Lab in a Lorry, will be in need of STEM Ambassadors at these schools. You will be trained before the sessions begin. All experiments are KS3 level. For more about the Lab: http://www.labinalorry.org.uk/

Further dates for Summer Term will be coming soon. If you are interested
I’ll place you in contact with James Bamford

 
Search for more opportunities to inspire young people
 

Broadcast Media Hay Festival

 Each year we work with students to assist with the live camera operation in three of our major venues.

Students will take part in a workshop prior to the Festival, covering framing, focusing and colour-balancing. Students will operate broadcast cameras, working alongside professional directors and technicians  over the 11 days of Hay Festival.

It’s a fantastic opportunity to work in a live environment, filming some of the world’s greatest writers and artists. All students will gain vital experience in live capture.

 

Deadline for applications is 28 March 2017, and we will let applicants know whether they've been successful as early as possible in early April 2017.

All applicants will need to be available for an introductory training workshop day on 4 May in Brecon. The 2017 festival dates are 25 May-4 June. Applicants will need to be available for the duration of the Festival.

Who can apply?

We are looking for 16 graduate, or post-graduate students, of film or broadcast media up to the age of 25, who plan to pursue a career in the television, cinema or corporate film industries. Send a CV and include which cameras you have used and the context you have used them to joe@hayfestival.com.



Brecon. Einstein’s Garden at the Green Man Festival 17 – 20 August 2017.
If you would like to apply to run a science stall in Einstein’s Garden this year please complete the online form here by Friday 24th March 2017.

https://greenman.wufoo.com/forms/z12j6q8715qcmpm/

The fee for standard stalls (up to 4mx4m) is £250 plus VAT. Fees for larger stalls will be negotiable.

There will be a limited number of free pitches available for small organisations. This price will include 6 festival passes for successful applicants but we are unable to cover any other expenses.

Attracting 20,000 visitors a year it is one of the great independent festivals of the Summer. www.greenman.net

Einstein’s Garden is Green Man festival’s area of science and nature where art and science collide to bring an exciting and unique line up of performances, workshops and installations that use creativity, play and participation to engage people with science and research in unexpected ways. www.greenman.net/explore/areas/einsteins-garden

They  are looking for organisations to bring eye catching activity stalls to Einstein’s Garden with the aim of engaging festival audiences with science. Stalls can explore fundamental scientific ideas or phenomena, the process of science or current scientific research. Interactivity and participation is important for festival visitors to embody the creative and playful spirit of Einstein’s Garden.

Royal Astronomical Society: Free travel for STEM ambassadors volunteering at opportunity schools
 
The
Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) has partnered with STEM Learning to create a new scheme called the ‘diversity ambassador scheme’. This allows those of you who are STEM ambassadors to also become ‘diversity ambassadors’ for the RAS.
The purpose of this scheme is to encourage physics and astronomy researchers to engage with schools, particularly those in areas of socio-economic deprivation, where attainment is low and where the population is under-represented in astronomy and geophysics.
 
If you are a STEM ambassador and a
RAS Fellow you can take part in this scheme.
If during your STEM ambassador visit to a school this school is one of our ‘diversity schools’ you become a RAS ‘diversity ambassador’ and you are eligible to claim for your travel expenses to that school.
In order to claim your travel expenses you must complete a short feedback and evaluation form about your activity at the diversity school.
Travel claims are not limited to one per year providing the RAS fellow meets the criteria for a diversity ambassador and travel claims fit within our policy for allowable travel.


As a ‘diversity ambassador’ the RAS are available to you for support, resources and training, if requested, for any future school visits.

 
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