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Professor Cather Simpson: The A+ Team and B- Idea

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Prof Cather Simpson talks about how she started off as a biologist seeking to understand the intricacies of haemoglobin and her current research on photonics. With a wide variety of applications, from making smartphones to vertical farming, photonics is definitely a fundamental field in the operation of today’s world.

If you’ve ever wanted to understand how to find the best ideas for scientific research, this is your chance to get inspired.

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