Williams FRS. Following his DPhil , Mann was elected to a Junior Research Fellowship at Keble College, University of Oxford ,  and then awarded a lectureship at the University of Bath in  where he was appointed to a full professorship in Professor Mann moved to the University of Bristol in His research activities include: biomineralization ,   biomimetic materials chemistry,  synthesis and self-assembly of nanoscale objects,  functional nanomaterials ,  complexity and emergent behaviour in hybrid nanostructures ,  and solvent-free liquid proteins. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Stephen Mann.
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