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September 5th, 2007
UU postgraduate student Martin McMullan is feeling on top of the world after being named as one of the world's top three in a global lecture contest.
A second year PhD student at UU Jordanstown's Nanotechnology and Integrated BioEngineering Centre (NIBEC), Martin's research in the area of nanotube biosensors is co-supervised by Dr Pagona Papakonstantinou and Professor Jim McLaughlin of the Faculty of Computing and Engineering.
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