#Eleanor Stride

Engineers take aim at cancer with 100-million fps camera

2 years ago — Quick Read

A new high-speed camera is being developed which will allow light and sound to be used in new innovative medical treatments.

Eleanor Stride becomes Royal Academy of Engineering fellow

3 years ago — Long Read

Born to Engineer star Eleanor Stride joined 53 others, from robotics to other nano-drug experts, to become one of this year's new Royal Academy of Engineering fellows. Professor Stride said...

Latest grants from the UK’s Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund announced

3 years ago — Long Read

The UK's Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund (PCRF) has awarded funding to five groundbreaking projects that will include making existing cancer treatments more effective

Professor Eleanor Stride Signs Open Letter calling for Prime Minister Theresa May to close gender pay gap

3 years ago — Quick Read

An open letter to Theresa May MP, calling for the UK Government to close the gender pay gap and value women’s work has been signed by 36 signatories, including scientists,...

How a bubbly drink inspired more effective cancer treatment

4 years ago — Long Read

Scientists are developing a bubbly drink for Cancer Research UK, that is packed with oxygen microbubbles which could make treatments more potent for hard to treat tumours like pancreatic cancer....

Professor Eleanor Stride, featured in Born to Engineer video, wins prestigious award

5 years ago — Quick Read

A biomedical engineering professor Eleanor Stride has been awarded £300,000 for research into the treatment of major diseases. A University of Oxford professor has been awarded the IET’s prestigious A F Harvey...