Vision magazine: celebrating our world-changing research

June 19th, 2019

What is Professor Sir Martyn Poliakoff’s favourite element? Need a clue? It also plays a part in research aiming to develop pocket-sized MRI scanners, developing resilient crops for the future and is an ingredient in a potential ancient cure for one of the greatest challenges of our time.

Find out about these and other world-leading discoveries in Vision, the University’s research and knowledge exchange magazine. The latest edition is available in print and online and is part of our celebration of the 150th anniversary of the periodic table of elements.

Vision features scores of stories about world-changing research from across the University, each linked to an element. Insights range from what silicon can tell us climate change and the role of iron in reducing antibiotics in farming to how researchers from across disciplines are helping secure a low-carbon future.

Find out more on the Vision website, where you can also subscribe to have Vision magazine delivered to your door or inbox.

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