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Sue is responsible for Life Sciences at KTN; encompassing Health, Agri-Food and Biosciences, Materials and Chemistry. She read materials science at UMIST and after graduating, joined TWI (Research and Technology Organisation), where her career spanned oil and gas, aerospace, electronics before becoming increasingly focused on medical technologies and healthcare.

Since 2002, Sue has been involved in knowledge transfer through Faraday Partnerships and then the forerunners for the Knowledge Transfer Network. She received an OBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours in 2014 in recognition of her contribution to the field, along with her championing of the engineering industry as a whole.

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