Professors Eleanor Stride elected Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering
Many congratulations to Professors Eleanor Stride in the Department of Engineering Science, who has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng). This is a richly deserved recognition of her contributions to biomedical engineering. Fifty of the UK’s top engineers have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering, in a stellar list that includes some of the world’s leading innovators and business people.
The 50 new Fellows will be formally admitted to the Academy at its AGM in London on 05 September 2017, in addition to two new International Fellows and one Honorary Fellow, who will add their expertise to the Fellowship of 1,500 world-leading engineers from both industry and academia.
Eleanor Stride, Professor of Engineering, has won recognition for outstanding engineering accomplishment in diverse areas. Professor Stride’s main primary research achievements have been in the development of micro and nanoparticles for targeted drug delivery, as evidenced by her publications, patent/spin-out engagement, and awards, including the 2014 A F Harvey Prize. She has also actively advanced the public presentation of engineering in broadcasting, exhibitions, lectures and videos, and has worked as a most effective advocate in advancing the cause and ideals of engineering.