Dr Hayaatun Sillem is Director of Programmes & Fellowship at the Royal Academy of Engineering. In this role, Hayaatun has responsibility for the Academy’s research and university programmes, international activities and awards, as well as the election and engagement of Fellows. She is also the executive lead for the Academy’s Enterprise Hub and a Trustee and Judge for the St Andrews Prize for the Environment. Hayaatun has a Masters in Biochemistry from the University of Oxford and a PhD in signal transduction from the Cancer Research UK London Institute, as well as extensive experience in science, engineering and innovation policy. She recently led the secretariat for the Dowling Review of Business-University Research Collaboration.
Abortion: how late is "too late"?
"The Battle of Ideas was a great success; it enabled large numbers of people to hear and interact with well-known speakers who have thought about and contributed significantly to the discussions of many important issues."
Richard Swinburne, emeritus professor, philosophy of religion, University of Oxford; author, 'The Existence of God and The Evolution of the Soul'