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RIA # 151: Dr. Adam Stokes on Bioinspired Engineering

Dr. Adam Stokes

On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Adam Stokes, Dr. Stokes is a Lecturer in the Institute for Integrated Micro and Nano Systems at The University of Edinburgh. He is PI of the Stokes Research Group, an interdisciplinary research laboratory and the Programme Director for MSc Electronics in The School of Engineering. Dr. Stokes holds degrees in engineering, biomedical science, and chemistry. Before joining the faculty at Edinburgh he was a Fellow in the George M. Whitesides group at Harvard University. Currently, he holds a prestigious appointment as a Member of The Royal Society of Edinburgh’s Young Academy of Scotland. Dr. Stokes’s research interests include: robotics, physical chemistry, electrical engineering, materials science, nanotechnology, optics, proteomics, and cell biology.

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Show Notes

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Segment 1: Bioinspired Engineering [00:00-12:36]

In this first segment, Adam defines bioinspired engineering and shares examples from his work.

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Segment 2: UK Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Hub [12:37-24:47]

In segment two, Adam shares about a recent project related to offshore energy asset integrity management.

In this segment, the following resources are mentioned:

Segment 3: Adam’s Research Pathway [24:48-35:41]

In segment three, Adam shares about his pathway to his current research work.

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