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Prof. Jeremy Baumberg, University of Cambridge
Is the scientific enterprise as healthy as we think? How does the system shape what scientists do? Are there too few scientists in the world or too many? Can globalization be bad for science?
Prof. Edward Bullmore, University of Cambridge
The search for the genes that increase the risk of depression
Prof. Frances Balkwill, Queen Mary University of London
The importance of understanding and 'reprogramming' the tumour microenvironment
Prof. Aoife McLysaght, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Genomes as documents of evolutionary history
Prof. Anna Vignoles, University of Cambridge
As universities are held more accountable for the quality of their provision, how can research inform our thinking about how we measure quality in higher education?
Prof. Tamsin Mather, University of Oxford
The latest developments in global volcano monitoring
Prof. Danielle George, University of Manchester
The innovative engineering of the world's greatest telescope - the Square Kilometer Array
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