• Dr Clare Burrage

    Investigations into Dark Energy and it's potential role in the expansion of the Universe.
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    Gravitation, General Relativity, Alternative theories of gravity, black holes, compact stars, quantum gravity
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    Brain, MRI, Physics, Schizophernia, Spectroscopy, Stroke.
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    Medical Imaging Physics Science brain MRI Physics Schizophernia spectroscopy Stroke
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    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), particularly functional brain imaging using MRI (fMRI); NMR miscroscopy, coil design for MRI, magnetic fields and their interaction with the human body.
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    Medical Imaging Physics Science Magnetic MRI microscopy Magnetic Fields Human body
  • Professor Mark Fromhold

    Chaos theory. Fractal patterns. Quantum behaviour of small (atom-sized) objects. Relationship between chaos and quantum theory.
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    Physics Science Chaos theory Fractal patterns quantum Behaviour atom
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    Astronomy and astrophysics. Galaxies — their formation, evolution and structure. The Milky Way. Quasars and active galaxies. Cosmology. X-ray and gamma-ray astronomy.
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    Medical imaging, and its applications in pregnancy, gastrointestinal disease and neurology. Diversity/Women in science. Peer review process.
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  • Dr James Sharp

    Nanoscience. The properties of polymers and how making very small structures from them affect their mechanical properties. Nanotechnology involving proteins and other biological molecules.
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    Physics Science nanoscience polymers nanotechnology biological molecules
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    Cosmology, astrophysics, particle physics, dark matter, early Universe cosmology, (cosmological) inflation.
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    Physics Science Physics dark matter universe Space astronomy Astrophysics particle physics Cosmology Science
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    Galaxy formation and evolution, cosmological parameters and their determination, Hubble Space Telescope, Spitzer Space Telescope, the discovery and study of the first galaxies to form in the universe, history of astronomy.
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