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Engineering fellowship winners announced

The Royal Academy of Engineering has awarded eight fellowships for research aiming to address a critical or unresolved issue in engineering.

The fellowships, announced on 17 December, went to researchers at the universities of Birmingham, Cambridge, Glasgow, Kent and Southampton, as well as Imperial College London, Queen’s University Belfast and University College London.

Awardees include: Amanda Foust, a junior research fellow in the department of bioengineering at Imperial, who will investigate the use of optical technology to control and monitor neurons in the brain; and Trung Duong, an assistant lecturer in the school of electronics, electrical engineering and computer science at Queen’s, who’s work will help to increase the capacity of the available wireless spectrum to accommodate the ever-increasing number of wireless devices.

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