Biologically active fluids

Description

The study of biologically active fluids is a fascinating and practically important new field of fluid mechanics. Leading UK researchers from different disciplines are working in this area. This SIG proposes to bring these researchers together to share knowledge, collaborate and bid for funding to solve the field’s grand challenges.

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Members

L = leader; C = co-leader; * = Other key personnel

[L]  Otti Croze (University of Cambridge): oac24@cam.ac.uk
[C]  David Smith (University of Birmingham): d.j.smith.2@bham.ac.uk
Andrew Baggaley (Newcastle University)
Rachel Bearon (University of Liverpool)
Martin Bees (University of York)
Michael Cates (University of Cambridge)
Pietro Cicuta (University of Cambridge)
William ('Mack') Durham (University of Sheffield)
Rosemary Dyson (University of Birmingham)
Suzanne Fielding (University of Durham)
Hermes Gadêlha (University of York)
Eamonn Gaffney (University of Oxford)
Raymond Goldstein (University of Cambridge)
Ramin Golestanian (University of Oxford)
Mark Haw (University of Strathclyde)
Rhoda Hawkins (University of Sheffield)
Nick Hill (University of Glasgow)
Yongyun Hwang (Imperial College London)
Stuart Humphries (University of Lincoln)
Oliver Jensen (University of Manchester)
Vasily Kantsler (University of Warwick)
Eric Keaveny (Imperial College London)
Timm Krueger (University of Edinburgh)
Eric Lauga (University of Cambridge)
Vincent Martinez (University of Edinburgh)
Geoff McKay (University of Strathclyde)
Tom Montenegro-Johnson (University of Birmingham)
Alexander Morozov (University of Edinburgh)
Nigel Mottram (University of Strathclyde)
Geoffrey Nash (University of Exeter)
Tim Pedley (University of Cambridge)
Marco Polin (University of Warwick)
Yi Sui (Queen Mary University of London)
Kirsty Wan (University of Exeter)
Laurence Wilson (University of York)
Julia Yeomans (University of Oxford)

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