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Duncan A. Thomas studied physics at Imperial College London then was an electronic engineer at Thorn EMI Central Research Laboratories. He returned to academia at the University of Manchester, UK, before moving with his family to Denmark. Duncan now works at Aarhus University in a social sciences area called research policy. This examines how science is organized, funded and evaluated and how this affects social
impacts of research. With a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill colleague Duncan also has co-developed two online courses on water supply and sanitation planning and policy, available on Coursera and YouTube. He has served with UK Bahá’í video website, Web Channel 9, and runs a YouTube channel about electric cars and bicycles, called Zero Tailpipe. Duncan enjoys music, and previously led a collaborative music project called Soul Ladder, as well as wrote choral material that was performed by the Bahá’í Choir of the UK. Duncan is excited to share personal perspectives on the Bahá’í teachings, and would love in future to produce animated stories for children on Bahá’í themes.