Royal Society University Research Fellow and Proleptic Reader, Department of Physics, University of Bath
Richard Bowman leads a research group at the University of Bath that develops new microscopes and other optomechanical instruments to answer problems in the physical and life sciences. For the last five years he has led the OpenFlexure project, developing an open-source microscope that can be built anywhere, including a study where it is manufactured in Tanzania and evaluated for malaria diagnosis there.
Royal Society University Research Fellow and Proleptic Reader, University of Bath
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