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Margaret Smallwood

Biorenewables Development Centre Ltd

Maggie Smallwood, born in 1957, studied Biochemistry and Microbiology at the University of Leeds and completed her doctorate in the Department of Biochemistry, also at the University of Leeds.  After a post-doc at the University of Leeds she worked as research manager in a spin-out company from the University of York and then led a strategic research programme at the University of York focused on antifreeze proteins.  Since then she has held positions with a number of public private research and development programmes. She is currently employed at the Biorenewables Development Centre as Research Development Manager.


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