Meet our Fellows!

12 August 2015 | News news

We thought you’d like to know more about our Fellows and the research and retraining they are undertaking as part of their Daphne Jackson Fellowship, so we have developed a new area of our website called ‘Meet our Fellows’. Here you will discover exactly who is returning to research with a Daphne Jackson Fellowship, and what the Fellowship means to them.

Visit the ‘Meet our Fellows’ page and click on a subject to find out who is returning to one of nine different STEM disciplines.

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