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New Fellowships Awarded

We are pleased to announce that 12 new Daphne Jackson Fellowships have been given the go-ahead this month (June 2013).

Our new Fellows, who will begin their retraining in the next few months, will be returning to research at a range of locations across the UK including the University of St Andrews, Queen’s University of Belfast, the Open University, and Kings College London and will be exploring a diverse array of research topics ranging from astronomy to the blood-brain barrier.

We are very grateful to the host universities, and to the fellowship sponsors that include BBSRC, NERC, EPSRC and STFC, the Society for Chemical Engineering and the Royal Academy of Engineering. And we wish all our new fellows every success in their return to research.

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