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Rosalind Allen

Rosalind Allen is a professor of Biological Physics at Edinburgh University. She studies how bacteria grow and interact with each other, how they are inhibited by antibiotics and how they evolve resistance to antibiotics.
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biology, physics
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Sharon Ashbrook

Sharon Ashbrook is currently a Reader in Physical Chemistry at the University of St Andrews. She is involved in all aspects of higher education, from scientific research to teaching and lecturing.
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physical chemistry
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Des Balmforth

Des Balmforth is VP Airborne AESA Radar for the Airborne and Space Systems Division of Leonardo, a global high-tech company and a key player in aerospace, defence and security.
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defence industry, management, aerospace, leadership
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Luke Bisby

Prof Luke Bisby is the Arup Chair of Fire and Structures, working within the BRE Centre for Fire Safety Engineering at the University of Edinburgh. He is also Deputy Head of the Research Institute for Infrastructure and Environment at Edinburgh. A Structural Engineer by education, he now works primarily with consultants, architects, fire scientists, regulators, sociologists, and government to address issues relevant to fire safety in the built environment.
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Christine Caldwell

Christine Caldwell is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Stirling. She graduated with a first in Psychology from the University of Edinburgh and then went on to study for an MSc in Cognitive Science at the University of Manchester and a PhD in primatology at the University of St Andrews.
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psychology, social learning, cultural evolution, evolution
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James Chalmers

James Chalmers is a senior lecturer in law at the University of Edinburgh, where he teaches criminal law and evidence. He is the author of a number of books in this area, including Criminal Defences and Pleas in Bar of Trial (2006, with Fiona Leverick), Legal Responses to HIV and AIDS (2008) and The New Law of Sexual Offences in Scotland (2010).
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law, crime, evidence
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Christopher Dalglish

Chris Dalglish works with cultural heritage as a means of realising a range of social benefits.  In particular, he is interested in the role of cultural heritage in community development.  Chris trained as an archaeologist (MA Hons Glasgow; PhD Glasgow) and has worked in the public, private and academic sectors. 
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cultural heritage, archaelogy, landscape
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Ineke De Moortel

Ineke De Moortel was born in Belgium, where she completed a Masters in Mathematics at the KUL (Catholic University of Leuven). Following a brief stay in St Andrews in the autumn of 1996 as an Erasmus exchange student, she returned as a PhD student in September 1997. On finishing her thesis in 2000, she was awarded a PPARC (now STFC) fellowship. She currently is Professor in Applied Mathematics and holds a Royal Society University Research fellowship. She was awarded a Philip Leverhulme Prize in 2009 and the RAS Fowler award in 2010.
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applied mathematics, solar physics, solar atmosphere, coronal heating
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Lisa DeBruine

Lisa DeBruine is a Professor in the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of Glasgow, where she co-runs the Face Research Lab.
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psychology, evolution, face perception

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Amanda Seed is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of St Andrews. She studies the evolutionary origins of cognition, by conducting experiments with a variety of different species.

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