Professor Molly Stevens awarded 10 year Chair by Royal Academy of Engineering

Molly Stevens

Congratulations to LCN Professor Molly Stevens who has been named a Chair in Emerging Technologies by Royal Academy of Engineering today. The highly prestigious 10 years of funding is given to global visionaries pioneering technologies that could have global benefits. Professor Stevens received the Chair for her project ‘Multidimensional Target-Agnostic Sensing (MTAS): the next generation of biosensors’.

 Professor Stevens said: “I am thrilled to receive this Chair in Emerging Technologies from the Academy. The support will help us to develop completely new platforms that could revolutionise the way diseases are detected and treated."

 “This Chair will enable a close marriage between engineering, medicine, chemistry and big data to advance the field"


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