What do you get when you put a pharmaceutical scientist and an engineer together? For Professor Ben Boyd, it was career-changing.
The saying goes that from little things, big things grow, and Professor Wenhui Duan’s work is living proof of that.
“It turned out to one of the best life choices I ever made, I’m still here, almost nine years later!”
Known for his research on atomically thin materials such as graphene, Professor Michael Fuhrer was keen to explore its use in electronic devices.
How do you become a young and successful climate scientist working on real world issues and being published in prestigious industry journals? According to 2015 Young Tall Poppy Science Award winner, Ailie Grant, it’s not something you do alone.
For over 15 years, Professor Jamie Rossjohn has been studying how the immune system works, watching its every move from how it protects us from viruses to when the immune system starts attacking our own body, as in the case of autoimmunity.
“My research demonstrates what the impact and legacy of war has been for both the nation and the individual.”