The Cambridge Philosophical Society recently funded a number of early career researchers at The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (INI) in Cambridge, as part of the Society's grants and funding for scientists of the future. Each researcher talks in depth about their field of research and the importance of funding for more junior members of the community.
Featured in these three podcasts are Dr Francisco Sahli, postdoctoral researcher in the field of computational cardiology at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Dr Elena Luca, a Senior Research Fellow in Applied Mathematics at University College London and Dr Jay Taylor, an NTT Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California .
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Professor Chris Budd OBE, FIMA, C Math, NTF Dept. of Mathematical Sciences University of Bath.
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Professor Wolfram Schultz Professor of Neuroscience Department of Physiology Development and Neuroscience