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Annual Research Conference 2016

Our Annual Research Conference 2016 took place on Tuesday 21 June. It consisted of seminars and workshops showcasing some of the inspirational research being undertaken by staff and research students across the University, and a Research Student Poster Exhibition and Competition.

Research student poster exhibition and competition

The Exhibition and Competition offered research students the opportunity to share their research with each other and the research community. In addition to five overall winners selected by a panel of judges, visitors to the exhibition were invited to take part in a peer review vote, selecting three winners in the following categories:

  • Clarity of message
  • Visual impact
  • Importance to society

Student poster winners 2016

PGR student poster winner, Annual Research Conference 2016

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Anna Borzenkova

Winner: Peer Review - Visual Impact

 Designing play equipment for the holistic development of children with cerebral palsy

Download Anna Borzenkova 2016 poster (PDF 2,790K, Downloads file)

Kate Butcher

Winner: Judge Selection

Translation of an anti-alcoholism drug into a non-profit anticancer drug using nanotechnology

Download Kate Butcher 2016 poster (PDF 1,965K, Downloads file)

Angelines Donastorg

Winner: Judge Selection

Evaluation of Renewable Energy Infrastructure in the Dominican Republic

Download Angelines Donastorg 2016 poster (PDF 683K, Downloads file)

Abhishek Gupta

Winner: Judge Selection

Synthesis and study of silver nanoparticles loaded biosynthetic hydrogel as a potential antimicrobial wound dressing

Download Abhishek Gupta 2016 poster (PDF 1,373K, Downloads file)

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Brian Johnston

Winner: Judge Selection

King Midas approach - Turning waste plastic into valuable bioplastics

Download Brian Johnston 2016 poster (PDF 1,616K, Downloads file)

Oriyomi Okeyinka

Winner: Peer Review - Clarity of Message

The Applicability of Recycled Wastepaper as Lightweight Building Materials: Development of CWLB

Download Oriyomi Okeyinka 2016 poster (PDF 866K, Downloads file)

Sara Smith

Winner: Judge Selection

‘Doing the Portfolio’ – Pre-registration training for biomedical scientists and developing the capable practitioner

Download Sara Smith 2016 poster (PDF 905K, Downloads file)