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The University of Liverpool, the National Nuclear Laboratory and the Royal Academy of Engineering have appointed Dr Steve Graham, Laboratory Fellow at the National Nuclear Laboratory as a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor at the University of Liverpool.
Dr Graham is a renowned expert in computational fluid dynamics applied to nuclear engineering and will contribute to teaching students at the University.
Pro-Vice-Chancellor Ken Badcock said ‘I am delighted by the appointment which will further strengthen the growing partnership between our organisations. I am confident that Steve will enhance our teaching by bringing his considerable industrial experience into the classroom and providing the excitement of tackling real-world issues.’
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