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Natural Material Innovation

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Name Office phone Email address Job titles
Henry Burridge Dr Lecturer in Environmental Fluid Mechanics, Faculty of Engineering,, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Henry Burridge 01223 764064 hcb39@cam.ac.uk Post-doctoral Research Associate
Dr Marta Busse - Wicher +441223333686 Post-doctoral Research Associate
Professor Paul Dupree Professor of Biochemistry, Tutor for Graduate Students, Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Biological)
Dr Merlin Etzold
George Fereday MA RCA +44 (0)1223 760 124 Senior Lecturer, The CASS School of Architecture
Dr Rob Foster Lecturer in Civil Engineering, University of Cambridge
Mutsuko Grant 01223765852 mg739@cam.ac.uk Research Administrator/Course Coordinator
Professor Paul Linden G.I. Taylor Professor of Fluid Mechanics, DAMTP, Emeritus Fellow of Downing, Blasker Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Environmental Science and Engineering, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UC San Diego
Michael H. Ramage PhD MArch MIStructE CEng 01223 760121 mhr29@cam.ac.uk Director, Centre for Natural Material Innovation, Reader in Architecture and Engineering, Vice Master, Sidney Sussex College
Dr Thomas Reynolds MEng PhD CEng MICE +44(0)1316505633 t.reynolds@ed.ac.uk Chancellor's Fellow
Professor Oren A. Scherman Director of Melville Laboratory for Polymer Synthesis, Chair in polymer chemistry
Dr Beatrix Schlarb-Ridley
Dr Darshil U. Shah 01223760124 dus20@cam.ac.uk University Lecturer in Materials (Fixed-term)
Eleni Toumpanaki MEng, MSc, PhD 44(0)1223760124 et343@cam.ac.uk Lecturer in Civil Engineering at University of Bristol
Dr Ian P. Wood ipw26@cam.ac.uk Research Associate
Dr Guanglu Wu gw372@cam.ac.uk Post-doctoral Research Associate, (Polymer; Physical Chemistry; Supramolecular Chemistry)
Dr Li Yu Post-doctoral Research Associate +44 (0)1223 333686 ly294@cam.ac.uk Post-doctoral Research Associate

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Royal Society Summer Exhibition 2019

27 June 2019

Come visit us at our 'Timber Towers of Tomorrow' exhibit at The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2019, London from the 1st to 7th July 2019 (10am to 6pm)

New insight into the structure of building blocks of plant biomass.

6 November 2018

In a paper recently published in Plant Physiology we investigate the structure and function of one of an important component of plant biomass – galactoglucomannan (GGM). The GGM is a polysaccharide, a polymer made from multiple sugar molecules joined together. It is one of the principal components of softwood, wood from...