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Whatever amazing research you’re working on, we’re here to support you. Our range of lab and production materials is always growing to help your Impossible become reality.

Next Great Impossible: your stories

20 years ago, Materials Scientist Prof. Sossina set out to create a hydrogen fuel cell. She and her team have had highs and lows along the way, but remain committed to their research goal. Watch her story to find out how she achieves her impossibles.

Read more inspirational stories from scientists like you here.

Ruby Sharma

Ruby Sharma: My Next Great Impossible

Dr. Ruby Sharma is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, in the United States. She spoke to us about how she’s using a range of peptides to study type 1 diabetes (T1D).  


Rae Freestone

Rae Freestone: My Next Great Impossible

Rae Freestone is an award-winning laboratory technician at Cambridge Consultants, UK. She spoke to us about her incredible journey as a woman in STEM and her work to develop a revolutionary emergency ventilator for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Amber Cook: My Next Great Impossible

Amber Cook is a Ph.D. student at Mississippi State University, USA. She took us through her incredible work to understand the tissue-level mechanics that regulate the pattern of brain folding.

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