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Roma Agrawal (MSc Structural Engineering) is author of Built, a book of stories about some of the world’s most famous buildings, having already helped design London’s famous skyscraper, The Shard.
Julya Ajulo (MSc Petroleum Engineering 2009) is Lead Production Engineer at Equinor, working to optimise production from oil and gas wells in the Norwegian continental shelf.
Yunn Chua (MEng Chemical Engineering 2013), Digital Marketeer working for Google in South East Asia.
Hannah Goodlad (MSci in Petroleum Geology 2013) now focuses on commercial operations and developing new offshore wind projects.
Katy Hedgethorne (BSc Biochemistry with a Year in Industry/Research), Researcher and scientist within the NHS, making discoveries in developmental biology.
Libby Jackson (BSc Physics 2002), UK Space Agency’s manager of Human Spaceflight (astronauts) and Microgravity.
Katie Lawrence (MSc Advanced Computational Methods for Aeronautics, Flow Management and Fluid-Structure Interaction) worked as a Race Operations Engineer for the McLaren Formula 1 team before moving to her role as project manager for the aerospace and defence firm Thales.
Ruth Lawson (Physics), Engineer for radical technology, improving cancer detection.
Kameswarie Nunna (MSc and PhD in Control Engineering), Simulation Engineer–Real Time in the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing team.
Caroline Taylor (MSc Advanced Materials Science & Engineering 2016), Designer Draftsperson (Mechanical) at Instron.
Katerina Tsangari (MEng Chemical Engineering 2008), Public and Regulatory Affairs Manager at Coca Cola Hellenic.
Jackie Turner (MSc Life Sciences 2017), environmental science filmmaker, who led a team of ecologists and biologists in Costa Rica to document alternative systems to produce bananas.
Eline Van Der Velden (MSci Physics 2008) acts professionally and has launched her own production company in Los Angeles.
Dimitra Vlachou (MSc Metals & Energy Finance 2012), Petroleum Economist who travels the world investigating mines for their business potential.
Dr Murphy Westwood (MSc Taxonomy & Biodiversity 2004) is fighting to stop the extinction of key species around the world as Director of Global Tree Conservation at The Morton Arboretum.