Darcey Gillie‘s career can best be described as ‘portfolio’ and is based on the planned happenstance career management model. She is former international PGR with postdoc experience and also fully qualified secondary teacher who has trained academic staff in teaching and elearning (as well as other aspects of academic practice). [ Read more… ]
Gines Martinez Cano is a Graduate Fermentation Scientist at 3F BIO. He did a BSc Biochemistry at the University of Seville and came to the UK to take the MSc Industrial Biotechnology at the University of Strathclyde in 2016. [ Read more… ]
Cristina Gracia got her degree in biology and specialized in fundamental biology. After a year working abroad and learning English, she did a MSc in biotechnology focused on business at the Aliter International Business School, in Madrid. [ Read more… ]
Prof. Liz Tanner is a Professor of Biomedical Materials at the University of Glasgow where she established the undergraduate and MSc degrees in Biomedical Engineering, the first BEng and MEng degrees on the field in Scotland. She studied Engineering Science at the University of Oxford and then obtained a PhD in the same field when she was based at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Engineering Centre, Oxford. [ Read more… ]
Prof. Ruth Aylett is a Professor at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburg, Scotland. She studied Mathematical Economics and Econometrics at the London School of Economics. She developed her interest for computing when she joined the Computers Ltd in 1977. [ Read more… ]
Prof. David Cumming (B.Eng. Glasgow, Ph.D. Cambridge) is a Professor of Electronic Systems at Glasgow University, where he is the Head of Electronics and Nanoscale Engineering in the School of Engineering and runs the Microsystem Technology group. [ Read more… ]
Dra. Blanca Ochoa is a Basque Government Fellow in the University of the Basque Country and a Visiting Fellow in Durham University. She has a PhD in Palaeolithic Rock Art (UPV/EHU, 2016).
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