2019 Fellows

  • Dr Frances Dunn

    The rise of animals: challenging Darwin’s dilemma

  • Dr Keith Andrews

    Addressing diabetes: Glucose recognition with a bespoke molecular glove

  • Dr Luke Rhodes

    Emergent electronic properties of strain tuned superconducting materials

  • Dr Amit Hazi

    Diagram algebras via Soergel bimodules

  • Dr Thomas Macdonald

    Exploring nanostructured light absorbers: from optoelectronics to innovative photovoltaics

  • Dr Benno Simmons

    How invasive species transform a critical ecosystem function

  • Dr Tessa Young

    Characterising the cobalt delivery pathway for vitamin B12

  • Dr Timothy Haskett

    Development of genetic tools for rhizosphere engineering

    2018 Fellows

    • Dr Guillaume Nataf

      Colossal barocaloric effects in liquid crystals

    • Dr Susannah Bourne-Worster

      New design principles for biomimetic photosynthesis

    • Dr Emilio Martínez-Pañeda

      Micromechanical modelling of rock fracture: towards energy-efficient mining

    • Dr Davide Foffa

      ‘Elgin Reptiles’: the origins of the modern terrestrial fauna

    • Dr Christoph Schnedermann

      Investigation of efficient next-generation photo-electrochemical devices

    • Dr Ryan Schwamm

      Activation of nitrogen using alkaline earth metals

    • Dr Aden Forrow

      Modelling and inference in single-cell RNA sequencing

      2017 Fellows

      • Dr Felicity Allen

        Powerful CRISPR/Cas9 screens via computational prediction of DNA repair profile

      • Dr Zahid Padamsey

        Speed or precision? Dynamics of information flow in the brain

      • Dr Matthew Wallace

        Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging analysis of biopolymer materials

      • Dr Paul Holloway

        A microfluidic model of the neurovascular unit for stroke research

      • Dr Claire McIlroy

        Semi-crystalline materials in additive manufacturing

      • Dr Nicole Reindl

        Probing the nature of dark matter using hot white dwarfs

      • Dr Mark Puttick

        Biodiversity and the sixth mass extinction: lessons from the past

      • Dr Paul Knott

        Employing computer algorithms to automate the engineering of quantum states