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New department video showcases our research

last modified Feb 28, 2018 12:03 PM

We are pleased to launch our new research video.

Video production company WebsEdge spent a day with us and interviewed staff and students. The filming process went very smoothly and our researchers were very organised with the lab demos in-situ. They enjoyed themselves throughout and learned some useful tips on presenting their research in front of the camera. The video has been generally well received internally and we look forward to receiving the additional vignettes filmed in due course.

Head of Department Prof John Dennis introduced the video and said, "The role of CEB is to undertake the very highest international levels of research, also to undertake internationally leading education at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level and the third strand of it is that we want to have a beneficial effect of society."

Deputy Head of Department (Research) Prof Lisa Hall added, "CEB is a unique department. It has a diversity in its skill set. We follow things from the molecule right through to a whole process."

Watch the video:

Video produced by Websedge

Research projects featured are:

  • Polymeric heart valves, Romilde Kotze
  • Biosensors and biomaterials for low and middle income countries, Cassi Henderson
  • Chemical looping combustion for carbon capture, Matthias Schnellman and Zach Bond
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging laboratory, Mick Mantle
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging Fluid Flow in Rocks, Kaspars Karlsons
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging Multiphase Flow Rig, Nicholas Rice
  • Super resolution microscopy for neurodegenerative diseases, Amberley Stephens