Topic: Sciences, engineering & technology

  • Professor Martyn Amos

    Martyn Amos is an academic and author. He is Acting Head of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at Northumbria University, UK, and carries out research at the intersections of computing, biology, engineering, healthcare and psychology. He has published a number of books, including the popular science title “Genesis Machines”, which led the Times […]

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  • Ruhul Amin

    Ruhul Amin – Chief Architect Ruhul oversees the technical strategy of the company as well as Onfido’s research efforts, and is responsible for leading the team of world-class engineers building Onfido’s innovative technology. Along with his co-founders, Ruhul was named as one of Forbes’ ‘30 Under 30’ entrepreneurs in 2016, and has experience working in […]

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  • Sharon Ament

    “Sharon Ament is Director of the Museum of London, which in 2015 announced its ambition to build a new museum for London and move to a new site in West Smithfield. Since joining the Museum in 2012, Sharon has been steering the next phase of the organisation’s development to more fulsomely reflect the energy and […]

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  • David Allison

    Having joined Ford Motor Company from school, I was fortunate enough to be sponsored through an engineering degree at Brunel University. Ford’s training programme was exceptional; I gained experience working in a wide range of engineering, project management and commercial roles. These experiences opened up many new opportunities and ultimately, I ended up leading Ford’s […]

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  • James Allen

    James is the co-founder of award winning visual effects company Time Based Arts. James studied Film & Video at art school in Kent before completing an MA in Dundee at The Duncan of Jordanstone School of Electronic Imaging. James moved to London and perfected his tea and coffee making skills as a runner in a […]

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  • Professor Robert Akid

    Professor Robert Akid is a past holder of the BP/Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Corrosion & Materials. Prof. Akid is a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining (IOM3. His principal research activities include the evaluation of localised corrosion in metals/alloys and its implications in the early stages of corrosion and corrosion […]

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  • Anjana Ahuja

    Anjana is a former columnist for The Times. She is now a contributing writer at the Financial Times. She also contributes to the Daily Telegraph, Prospect, New Scientist and the Radio Times. She was named Best Science Commentator at the 2013 Comment Awards. Ahuja, who was educated at a comprehensive school in Essex, read physics […]

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  • Marcia Zander

    Marcia Zander is a Silicon Valley technology senior executive and board member. Her focus is on creating value for companies through growth and scale, with a particular emphasis on Sales and Marketing for margin improvement. She was a core member of the team that created the semiconductor company NetLogic in 1999, taking it from zero […]

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  • Toby Young

    Toby Young is one of Britain’s most controversial broadcasters and journalists. He is an associate editor of the Spectator, where he has written a weekly column since 1998, and the editor of Spectator LIFE. He co-founded the West London Free School, the first free school in England to sign a Funding Agreement with Michael Gove, […]

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  • Dr Shefaly Yogendra

    Shefaly Yogendra is a specialist in governance, risk and decision-making, a Board Director and a charity Trustee based in London. As a former founder and COO of a fine jewellery venture, she has valuable insights across the full value chain of a luxury brand. She has over two decades of commercial experience in corporate venturing, […]

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