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Name Research Subject Department
Dr Andrew Buskell The empirical and metaphysical assumptions at work in comparative studies and formal models of culture' History & Philosophy of Science
Dr Benjamin Chemouni Comparative politics of development, with a geographical focus on Africa Politics & International Studies
Dr Magdalen Connolly Linguistic Variation in Egyptian Judaeo-Arabic folk tales and letters from the Ottoman period Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
Dr Gabrielle Davidson Microbiome and cognition Psychology
Dr Bart de Nijs Active Plasmonics for Photochemistry and Ultrasensitive Sensing Physics
Dr Claire Donnelly Domain wall dynamics in three dimensional magnetic nanostructures Physics
Dr Heye Freymuth Petrology: Igneous, Metamorphic and Volcanic Studies: Earth Sciences
Dr Charlotte Kenchington Ecology and diversity of the first large, complex macro-organisms Earth Sciences
Dr Yang Liu Logic, Decision Theory, and Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence  Philosophy
Mr Christopher Markou Artificial Intelligence and Legal Evolution Law
Dr Lucía Martí-Prats Study of  the psychological factors and cellular mechanisms of the coping behaviours, with a special emphasis in those  relying on the use of alcohol. Psychology
Dr Charlie McTernan Controlling the Temporal Evolution of Molecular Capsules Chemistry
Dr Alison Ming Interactions in the upper troposphere/lower stratosphere region Applied Maths & Theoretical Physics
Dr Robert Pralat Technologies of Desire Sociology
Dr Justin Rivest The State and the Charitable Distribution of Drugs in Old Regime France History
Dr Raquel Rojo Carrillo Transition from the Old Hispanic (or 'Mozarabic') rite to the Franco-Roman rite in medieval Iberia Music
     

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