Philippa creates woven and printed textiles for a range of prestigious international clients. Currently exploring the field of smart textiles as a Fellow at Central Saint Martins, her interests range from conductive fabrics that incorporate stretch, touch and heat sensors to specialist woven textile substrates for laser etching.

Aaron is a pioneer in the field of molecular structure elucidation, for which he was awarded a Nobel prize in 1982 for describing the crystal structures of protein-nucleic acid complexes. In addition to chromatin - the hereditary complex of DNA and protein in our chromosomes - he also determined the structure of tobacco mosaic viruses and zinc-finger proteins, important genetic regulators. Aaron is based at the MRC Laboratory for Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK.