Biological & Biomedical Sciences

Tony Fordham worked at the Queen’s Medical Centre at the University of Nottingham investigating oxygen and pH sensing in 3D tumour models.

Kayleigh Robertson investigated the influence of decomposition odours on the hide beetle at the University of Lincoln.

Andrew King used EEG equipment to measure brain activity in his research project at the University of Hull.

Emma Gates was based at the University of Aberdeen. In her project she made use of acoustic data to detect bottlenose dolphins.

David Catton's project was at the University of Birmingham. He investigated the brain structure of the fruit-fly Drosophila.

Martin O'Neill researched the effect of nanoparticle exposure on male reproductive function. He was based at Napier University.

Abigail Cantor's  research took her to the University of Cambridge. She  investigated the most effective forms of camouflage to prevent detection by predators.

Rosi McDowell investigated interactions between the 37 kDa laminin receptor precursors and a number of key molecules. She worked at Queen's University, Belfast.

Andrew Gee worked at at Liverpool John Moores University to measure the extent to which dehydration is likely as a consequence of a ‘day’s walking’.