Two of our students make it into the final round of the Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarships (KESS) Pecha Kucha challenge
The ARCH team is proud to announce that Jenny Lees and Mark Pitts, both talented KESS students, achieved a place in the final of the KESS Pecha Kucha challenge. Both students gave a stunning presentation. Both their projects are interdisciplinary health science projects supported by local industries Ipsen Biopharm and Elysium respectively.
Jennies work is centred on looking at a sensor for detecting Botulinum Neurotoxins and she has already made much progress with some very interesting results.
Mark’s work centres on developing multi-probe sensors for mycobacterial diseases such as tuberculosis. Mark has excelled in his studies and has already obtained a patent.
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