Rebecca is a teacher of physics at St George's School for Girls in Edinburgh. She actively promotes STEM engagement through pupil-led research projects, digital exchanges, after-school clubs and outreach events, and is passionate about getting more girls interested in physics and engineering.
Education, STEM, Physics, Teaching, Technology, Policy
Oliver’s research experience and expertise can be organised into two strands. The first strand focuses on non-pharmacological interventions — namely physical activity and diet — for improving metabolic health in humans.
nutrition, dietary interventions, metabolic disease, sarcopenia
Dr Tiffany Wood heads the Edinburgh Complex Fluids Partnership (ECFP) which works with all sectors across the formulation industry to solve issues and provide innovative solutions. Established in 2012, ECFP is based within the Soft Condensed Matter Physics Research Group at the University of Edinburgh and exploits academic understanding of how the fundamental physical interactions between components define the microstructure and bulk properties (e.g. flow behaviour and stability) of products.
soft matter physics, liquids, gels, emulsions, application in consumer products