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Biology and Geology
Place of Work
IHS provides data and expertise across product lifecycle, security and the environment for customers from governments and multi-nationals to technical professionals in. Samia’s role is to create new discovery field records and to research and reconcile all aspects of hydrocarbon field data, ensuring data accuracy and consistency.
Nick is owner of his own Paris based consultancy business,
Commutateur, which offers a specialist communications
consultancy service to Life Science companies.
CLM is one of the UK’s leading privately owned fleet outsourcing and vehicle management companies. Tony, a donor to the College, led his colleagues in an MBO in 1996 to acquire the company from the original founders and continues to be closely involved in running the business, which now manages around 20,000 vehicles across the UK.
Biology with Science Communication
I am currently working as a Community Screener for HuffPost
Live, which is a live online show for Huffington Post. It’s a great
opportunity to be here at the start of something that has not been
done before in the news/media industry. I’m looking forward to
seeing how my role evolves and also working with the show’s
talented producers and hosts. I am also an avid performer/
University of Reading
Senior Lecturer in Crop Quality for Health
Carol graduated with a BSc in Biology in 1995 and went on to study
for a DPhil specialising in plant biology at the University of York.
Following periods of post-doctoral research she was appointed
to a lectureship at the University of Reading in 2007. She has just
been promoted to Senior Lecturer in Crop Quality for Health and
her research group work on projects linked to improving the yield,
quality and nutritional benefits of horticultural crops.
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