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ERC PoC award for further technology development by Translational Prize Winners

last modified Dec 11, 2017 12:01 PM
Team receives £150k ERC Proof-of- Concept award for further development of their functional magnetic materials for biomedical applications

Tarun Vemulkar (2012 cohort) and Jeroen Verheyen (2014 associate), under the supervision of Prof Russell Cowburn, have been awarded a £150k ERC Proof-of-Concept Grant to continue their Translational Fellowship work on developing and commercializing functional magnetic materials for biomedical applications. We congratulate them on this success and look forward

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