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Rosalind Franklin Institute identifies leadership team

An interim team has been appointed to lead a national interdisciplinary research centre being built at Harwell.

Andrew Livingston, professor of chemical engineering at Imperial College London, has been selected to spearhead the project as interim academic lead for the institute, according to a statement published by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council on 6 July.

Livingston will work with the project’s 10 university partners to define the institute’s science and technology programmes, build partnerships with other universities, forge links with industry and set up the institute’s formal and legal structures.

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