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  • Dr Joe Briscoe and his team are exploring innovative manufacturing techniques to make perovskite solar cells more efficient and stable.

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  • Caroline Roney’s research uses cutting-edge technology to create a patient’s digital twin to tackle atrial fibrillation, an irregular heart rhythm that affects around 1.4 million UK people.

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