1. Her research interests included friction and lubrication. She joined the MRC Biophysics Research Unit at King’s College London in 1964, then worked at a Research Institute of Fraunhofer Gesellschaft in Germany. In 1976 she took the newly established Kodak Chair of Interface Science in the Chemical Engineering Department of Imperial, becoming Imperial’s h Woman Professor.

  2. As a result, the IWGB organised a second strike, which took place between 25 and 26 April 2018. Outsourced workers at the University of London walked out in protest at the university’s continued failure to improve working conditions for outsourced staff, and to demand that they be brought back in house, with the same employment rights as other university staff.


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