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Dr Oluwasola (Sola) Afolabi
RAEng Engineering for Development Research Fellow, and Lecturer in Water and Environmental Engineering - Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering
Bioenergy solutions empower lives
Dr Kajal Gokal
Senior Research Associate - Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
Exercise Oncology: The prevention and management of cancer through physical activity.
Dr Emma Haycraft
Reader in Psychology - Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
Creating practical solutions to address fussy eating in young children – encouraging healthy habits for life.
Dr Sven Hoekstra
Research Associate in Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences - Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
Turning up the heat – hot baths to improve health in people restricted from engaging in regular exercise.
Dr Lise Jaillant
Senior Lecturer in English and Digital Humanities - Communication and Media
Birth of a digital nation – AI and born-digital archives.
Dr Cunjia Liu
Reader in Unmanned Vehicles - Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering
Developing advanced agri-tech solutions to detect and treat crop diseases.
Dr Nacho Martin-Fabiani
UKRI Future Leaders Fellow and Senior Lecturer, Materials Science and Engineering
Scaling nanomaterials to prevent bacteria and virus transmission and a host of other industrial applications.
Dr Kate Mathers
UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, Geography and Environment
Stuck in the mud; tackling the threat of fine sediment deposition in one of the most endangered habitats in the world.
Dr Sarah Mills
Reader in Human Geography – Geography and Environment
Exploring the geographies of youth citizenship, informal education and volunteering – charting their evolution and impacts on young people and the societies in which they live.
Dr Amalia Sabiescu
Lecturer in Media and Creative Industries and UKRI Innovation Fellow, AHRC Early Career Research Leadership
Exploring new ways to mobilise community, cultural and creative resources to provide skills development and lifelong learning opportunities for the digital generation.
Dr Alister Smith
Senior Lecturer, Civil Engineering
Listening underground; acoustic emissions sensing technology to protect lives and livelihoods worldwide.
Dr Ana Cristina Suzina
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Institute for Media and Creative Industries
Communication and social change – exploring how media use inflects young Amazonians’ aspirations and attitudes towards development.