Prof Monica M Grady, Principle Investigator, The Open University. Monica is professor of planetary and space sciences in the School of Physical Sciences at the Open University and has dedicated her career to enhancing the understanding of meteorites and their parent bodies.
Prof Paul Nicholson, Co-Investigator, Cardiff University. Paul is Professor of Archaeology in the School of History, Archaeology and Religion, in addition to teaching and performing research at Cardiff he regularly excavates and directs projects in Egypt.
Dr Diane Johnson, Post Doctoral Research Associate, The Open University. Diane works in the Department of Physical Sciences she is funded by grants from research councils STFC and AHRC, she has a special interest in advanced analytical technology, meteorites and Egyptology.
Dr Joyce Tyldesley, Project Partner, University of Manchester. Joyce is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Life Sciences, where she writes and teaches online University accredited courses in Egyptology, in addition to supervising PhD students and publishing books.