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Professor Pete Vukusic

Professor Pete Vukusic is Professor of BioPhotonics & Associate Dean for Education at the University of Exeter.

He formed and leads the Biological Photonics research group at the University of Exeter, whose research looks to understand naturally evolved strategies in using and manipulating light in biological systems.   This research is used to improve existing technologies and to design innovative new optical devices.

Professor Vukusic has received the Lawrence Bragg award of the Institute of Physics and the Kolm Award of the Royal Society. He obtained his undergraduate degree and PhD from the University of Exeter. After he completed his PhD he initially became a physics teacher at secondary school, before returning as a BBSRC David Phillips Fellow, School of Physics, Exeter University. He speaks at events all around the world to a variety of audiences.


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