Over the course of the recent months, the Nuclear Futures Institute of Bangor University have been rapidly expanding their team.
The NFI are very pleased to see the appointment of Dr Lee J. Evitts as a Sêr Cymru Lecturer in Nuclear Medicine, this was following on from a post-doctoral position.
The Nuclear Futures Institute is very excited to welcome Sioned Hughes (MRes), her research focuses are the development of sustainable magnetic materials. These magnets are hoped to be used in electric vehicles.
We would also like to extend a warm welcome to Wendy Owen, the first Research Associate of the Regulation and Policy research group. Wendy will aid the group with her extensive experience of safety and dependability cases and management in a range of highly regulated industries.
Finally, we are also happy to welcome our new technical and support staff, Sam Owen and Emily Robinson. Sam’s role is to aid the NFI staff and students with IT and Emily’s role is to act as the NFI’s clerical officer.