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Anne Schwan

A Professor in English and Head of Humanities & Culture at Edinburgh Napier University, Anne Schwan researches and teaches crime and punishment in literature and culture, nineteenth-century literature, and issues surrounding education and creativity in prisons. At Edinburgh Napier, she initiated an award-winning institutional partnership involving English Literature students and local prison reading projects.
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19th century literature, gender studies, literary & cultural theory, prison education, crime and punishment
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Kenny Smith

Kenny Smith is Professor of Language Evolution in the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, University of Edinburgh, with interests in the evolution of communication, human language and the human capacity for language.
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evolutionary linguistics, cultural evolution, social learning
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Stewart Smith

Stewart is a lecturer in the School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh. He recently completed an RCUK fellowship which involved the development of collaborative research at the interface between Engineering and the Life Sciences. This is still a major area of interest, as is the design and manufacture of integrated microsystems, and the development of microelectronic test structures.
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biosensors, bioelectronics, microsystems, microfabrication
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David Smith

David is a Senior Lecturer and Director of Innovation and Internationalisation in the School of Education at the University of Aberdeen.
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Education, Initial Teacher Education, Religious Studies, LGBT Issues
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Annie Tindley

Dr Annie Tindley is a senior lecturer in History at the University of Dundee, having previously worked at Glasgow Caledonian University and the University of Aberdeen.... Her research specialisms lie in the modern Scottish, British and imperial worlds (c. 1745-1945), in particular, Scottish and British rural history and society and the economic and intellectual links between them and the wider world.
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Scottish history, British history, imperial history, rural society and economy, history of technology
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Asier Unciti-Broceta

Asier Unciti-Broceta is a group leader in the Edinburgh Cancer Research UK Centre (MRC IGMM, University of Edinburgh) and Chief Scientific Officer at Deliverics Ltd, a biotech company dedicated to the development and commercialization of transfection technologies.
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cancer research, cell delivery, DNA delivery technology
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Jano van Hemert

Dr Jano van Hemert (MSc 1998, PhD 2002; Leiden University, The Netherlands) is a Senior Research Manager and Academic Liaison at Optos. His main area of research is in computer science and its applications. His imaging research group develops novel algorithms on retinal images to improve eye health care.
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retinal imaging, computer science; commercialisation; technology development

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Andrew has over 15 years working with young children: as a teacher, academic, start-up director, and, more recently, parent. His research examines the role of interaction in cognition, and the implications for early learning and new forms of technology. He is also interested in computing education for children in the early years.

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