engineering careers  In Conversation with Prof Eleanor Stride – Encouraging More Young People into Science and Engineering
engineering careers  In Conversation with Prof Eleanor Stride – Encouraging More Young People into Science and Engineering

Watch Prof Eleanor Stride (from the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Oxford) talk to Dr Sung Hee Kim (the Director of Voices from Oxford)discuss the need for more young people to become interested in careers in science and engineering

Watch a great interview with Eleanor Stride, about everything from encouraging young people to consider a career in science and engineering, to the lure of financial careers in the city (which can tempt some of the best and brightest PhD students away from academia or industry), how she relaxes away from the office to her academic path to becoming one of Oxford University’s youngest professors.


Watch Our Born to Engineer Video Featuring Biomedical Engineer Eleanor Stride

Dr Eleanor Stride is a biomedical engineer working at Oxford University to develop revolutionary new methods for delivering chemotherapy drugs.

Eleanor works to create and control micro-bubbles which can be injected into the bloodstream of cancer patients, magnetically guided to the site of the cancer and then burst using ultrasound, releasing the chemotherapy drugs at the site of the cancer.