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Dr Graham Dransfield

last modified Feb 06, 2014 10:24 AM
Knowledge Transfer Facilitator

We would like to welcome Dr Graham Dransfield to the department. He joined us on 3 February 2014 and takes up the position of Knowledge Transfer Facilitator.

He is based in the Institute of Biotechnology.

Graham has a first degree in chemistry and a Ph.D. in ceramics.

He has long experience of working for large companies, SMEs and a University. Most recently, he has been working for a high-tech international SME on development of dye sensitized solar cells for building applications. Graham has an established history of managing successful projects between academe and industry, with a strong interest in personal development.

Graham is looking to use these qualities in his new role to develop relationships between the Department and companies and funding bodies. Graham’s contact details are email , telephone 01223 762963.

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