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Dr Cameron Neylon

Senior Scientist, Science and Technology Facilities Council
Didcot, United Kingdom

Research field: Biological Sciences - Biochemistry
I am interested in the intersection of web technologies with research practice and the potential of the web to increase the efficiency with which we do research. I also work on the development and application of new techniques in structural biology with a


Awards and Grants

  •  Jul 2010 
    SPARC Innovator - 2010 View website
  •  Mar 2010 
    Blue Obelisk

Biographical Information

Cameron did his undergraduate studies in Biochemistry at the University of Western Australia. From 1995-99 he did a PhD focussing on protein-DNA binding and the development of large scale protein screening techniques before moving to do a postdoc in the Chemistry Department at the University of Bath in 1999. In 2001 he took up a position as Lecturer in Combinatorial Chemistry at the University of Southampton where he was involved in the 4G Basic Technology Grant and the development of a range of laboratory recording technologies.

In 2005 he moved to the Science and Technology Facilities Council Rutherford Appleton Laboratory as Senior Scientist for Biomolecular Sciences at the ISIS neutron scattering facility. He writes online at Science in the Open and is a regular speaker on issues of scholarly communication and web technologies for science.


Professional Experience

2005 - Present
Senior Scientist at Science and Technology Facilities Council
Didcot, United Kingdom
Mar 2001 - Sep 2009
Lecturer at School of Chemistry, University of Southampton
Southampton, United Kingdom
Nov 1999 - Mar 2001
Wellcome Trust International Fellow at University of Bath
Bath, United Kingdom

Feb 1995 - Sep 1999
Australian National University in Canberra, Australia

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