Institute for Bioengineering (IBioE) at the School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh

On Friday 16 April, we held our annual School Research Conference to celebrate and showcase some of the inspiring and innovative work currently being conducted by our research students.

Two promising early career researchers from our School have been awarded Chancellor’s Fellowships for innovative research. Dr Lucia Bandiera and Dr Colin Robert were among a select cohort of researchers across the University of Edinburgh to receive the prestigious five-year tenure track fellowship in the latest round of awards. 

This month, students in the School of Engineering have been given the opportunity to apply for funding of up to £2500 for their student projects through the newly launched Engineering Student Innovation Fund.

Engineering Student, Edinburgh

Chemotherapy does not always treat cancer effectively and often causes major side effects, such as vomiting, pain, fatigue and hair loss. If chemotherapy agents were to be delivered directly to tumours, the side effects could be reduced and the efficacy of treatment could be enhanced.

Mr Edward Coleridge with Dr Katherine Dunne on Graduation Day, standing outside McEwan Hall, University of Edinburgh, wearing University robes and smiling


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