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Alberto's Profile

BSc Chemical Engineering - spain
MSc Chemical Engineering - university of alabama in Huntsville, USA
Validation engineer - USA
Applications specialist - spain
PhD - UCL

Personal Information
Title: 
Mr
Firstname: 
Alberto
Surname: 
Hernandez-Barral
Location
City: 
London
Country: 
UK
My FameLab
Place: 
Local/Regional Finalist
Year of graduation: 
2012
Professional Information
Field: 
Engineering
 

Harry's Profile

I recently started a PhD in molecular biology at the Babraham Institute in Cambridge working on the 3D architecture of Chromatin and how this effects gene expression. Have always really enjoyed science communication and try to get involved with projects as much as possible

Personal Information
Title: 
Mr
Firstname: 
Harry
Surname: 
Armstrong
Location
City: 
Cambridge/London
Country: 
UK
My FameLab
Place: 
Runner-Up
Year of graduation: 
2012
Thoughts about famelab: 
Fantastic competition
Professional Information
Speciality: 
Biology
Qualifications: 
Honors degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Glasgow Undertaking a PhD in Molecular Biology at Cambridge University
Topics of Interests: 
All aspects of Biology
 

rsporea's Profile

I have graduated from the Politehnica University in Bucharest after studying computer engineering. For two years I've been designing microchips for a Silicon Valley company. After a PhD from Surrey I am Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellow, still at Surrey, working on flexible and transparent electronics. Travelling & photography is what I do when not designing tomorrow's technology.

Personal Information
Title: 
Dr
Firstname: 
Radu
Surname: 
Sporea
Location
City: 
Guildford
Country: 
UK
My FameLab
Year of graduation: 
2012
Professional Information
Field: 
Engineering
Speciality: 
Electronic and Computer Engineering
Qualifications: 
PhD in Elec. Eng, Unviersity of Surrey, 2010 MEng+BSc in Computer Sys. Eng, Politehnica University, Bucharest, 2006
Public engagement experience: 

British Science Festival 2009
Cheltenham Science Festival 2010, 2011
Scientific Advisor for BBC Series Shock and Awe: The Story of Electricity

Languages Spoken: 
English
Romanian
Topics of Interests: 
Physics
Computers
Gadgets
Electronics
Photography
Media & Publications
Personal Websites: 
http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=47856659&trk=tab_pro
http://www.surrey.ac.uk/ati/people/radu_sporea/
Videos: 
Publications: 
http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/cgi/search/simple?screen=Public%3A%3AEPrintSearch&_action_search=Search&q_merge=ALL&q=sporea+source&order=-date%2Fcreators_name%2Ftitle
 

Sheila's Profile

I'm a space cadet who loves anything "out of this world" particularly saturn and the movie space camp. I love inspiring people using space exploration as a hook and I want to be the first woman on mars.

Personal Information
Title: 
Miss
Firstname: 
Sheila
Surname: 
Kanani
Location
City: 
London
Country: 
UK
Professional Information
Field: 
Physics
 

dcasey's Profile

I started my undergrad at imperial in 2001 and haven't escaped yet. Since then, I've moved from drug discovery to chemical biology to tech development and now split my time between proteomics research and running my own spin-off, anywhereHPLC.

Personal Information
Title: 
Dr
Firstname: 
Duncan
Surname: 
Casey
Location
City: 
London
Country: 
UK
My FameLab
Year of graduation: 
2012
Professional Information
Field: 
Chemistry
Speciality: 
Technology Development
Qualifications: 
PhD (Imperial College, 2012) in the interaction of drug molecules with biological membranes; MRes (Imperial College, 2007) in protein and membrane chemical biology; MSci (Imperial College, 2006) in chemistry with a year in industry
Public engagement experience: 

I have worked in a number of voluntary public engagement roles since I began my postgraduate studies: I have written and contributed extensively to the campaigns and publications of Sense About Science, I have presented at events such as the British Science Festival and Cafe Scientifique, and written for the university press for several years.

 

Local scientist wins London heat of national science communication competition

A researcher from Bayswater in London has won the London Heat of FameLab UK 2012, a national competition to find new voices of science communication, which took place at King’s College London yesterday.

A researcher from Bayswater in London has won the London Heat of FameLab UK 2012, a national competition to find new voices of science communication, which took place at King’s College London yesterday.

 

Deborah Durbin's Profile

I am a 24 year old Canadian PhD student currently visiting the University of Bristol from the Royal Military College of Canada. I am in Bristol for a collaboration project in which I use computational chemistry to better understand and develop methods of hydrogen storage for use on board hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. In my free time I am vice president of the University Bridge Society. I am also an avid hiker and swimmer.

Personal Information
Title: 
Ms
Firstname: 
Deborah
Surname: 
Durbin
Location
City: 
Bristol
Country: 
UK
My FameLab
Year of graduation: 
2012
Professional Information
Field: 
Chemistry
 

mikefrost's Profile

Day job - systems engineer in the naval and steel Industries.

Evening job - Director of the British Astronomical Association's Historical section.

I give astronomy talks all over the country.
www.mikefrost.info for details

Personal Information
Title: 
Mr
Firstname: 
Mike
Surname: 
Frost
Location
City: 
Rugby
Country: 
UK
My FameLab
Year of graduation: 
2012
Professional Information
Field: 
Engineering
 

Lincoln Smith's Profile

I am a chemical and energy engineering student from Birmingham University, currently on a year placement at Dow Corning near Cardiff.

Personal Information
Title: 
Mr
Firstname: 
Lincoln
Surname: 
Smith
Location
City: 
Cardiff
Country: 
UK
My FameLab
Year of graduation: 
2012
Professional Information
Field: 
Engineering
 

emma.trantham's Profile

I fell in love with science, especially biology at an early age and followed this passion to university where I completed my veterinary degree at the University of Bristol in 2009. I am now in the 2nd year of my PhD (also at Bristol) researching Campylobacter - food poisoning bacteria we mainly catch from chickens.

Personal Information
Title: 
Mrs
Firstname: 
Emma
Surname: 
Trantham
Location
City: 
Bristol
Country: 
UK
My FameLab
Year of graduation: 
2012
Professional Information
Field: 
Biology
Speciality: 
Microbiology, Veterinary Public Health
Qualifications: 
BSc Veterinary Pathogenesis BVSc Veterinary Science
Public engagement experience: 

Regular contributor to student online science magazine Experimentation

 
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