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BP's Chief Scientist gives the BP Annual Lecture

19 Oct 2015

Dr Angela Strank, Head of Technology, Downstream and BP’s Chief Scientist, will be delivering the annual BP Lecture on 25 November (5-7pm) in C2, Renold Building

Dr Angela Strank

In this lecture, Dr Strank will look at how collaboration is advancing energy technology, with particular reference to The University of Manchester’s contribution to innovation as the hub of the BP International Centre for Advanced Materials.

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This lecture is open to staff, students and external stakeholders.

This is an invaluable opportunity meet this exceptional business leader and scientist. She is an executive role model for women in science, technology, industry and business. In 2010, she was the recipient of the UK’s ‘First Women Award’ for Science & Technology.

She holds a PhD in geology from University of Manchester and the Institute of Geological Sciences and has published over 30 scientific papers.

Dr Angela Strank was appointed to the position of Head of Technology, Downstream and BP’s Chief Scientist in June 2015.  Within BP she is a member of the Downstream Executive Team and she is responsible for the development of sustainable technology advantage for the downstream businesses. As BP’s Chief Scientist she is accountable for developing options to ensure the company can benefit from developments in science and technology worldwide.