21 Aug 2014
September marks the start of a new academic term, the start of peak conference season, and at SCI September also marks a changeover in our scholars.
We are delighted to welcome our new intake: scholars Daniel Mould, Paul Brack and Tanatorn Khotavivattana from Manchester, Loughborough and Oxford. We look forward to working with them as they commence their second year of study in biotechnology, electrochemistry and fine chemicals. Find out more about their projects and what makes them tick by reading their mini biographies:
- Daniel Mould (University of Manchester)
- Paul Brack (Loughborough University)
- Tanatorn Khotavivattana (University of Oxford)
Our returning scholars, Ekaterina Melikhova, James Murray and Moni Gupta from Oxford, London and Cambridge, now move to their second year of funding and are looking forward to the challenges of their PhDs, and to further interaction with SCI in the next 12 months. Find out what they got up to in their first year as an SCI scholar, and what they are looking forward to in the next year by checking out their end of year 1 reports:
- Ekaterina Melikhova (University of Oxford)
- James Murray (Imperial College London)
- Moni Gupta (University of Cambridge)
And finally we are extending the leash for our three graduating scholars who are nearing the end of their studies and looking forward to what comes next. Alistair Farley, Mike Limb and Nick Race have been a credit to SCI throughout their scholarship and recently gave presentations of their work at the SCI AGM. All three scholars have bright futures ahead and we are looking forward to continuing to catch up on their progress as they move forward in their careers. Find out more about what being an SCI scholar has meant to them and what they plan to do next in their career.
- Alistair Farley (University of Oxford)
- Mike Limb (University of Bristol)
- Nick Race (University of Bristol)
If you would like more information about SCI scholarships, visit our Scholarships and Fellowships page, or sign up for our early career e-alerts which also give details about a whole host of activities for those in their early career.