Dominic Yiangou

Dominic Yiangou
Junior Analyst

Education

M.Sc. in science, technology and society, University College London (UCL); B.Sc. in chemistry, University of Kent

Overview

Dominic Yiangou is a junior analyst at RAND Europe on the Science and Emerging Technology research team. His interests include emerging technologies (such as A.I, autonomous vehicles and cryptocurrency), responsible innovation and science policy. Yiangou has experience across a range of methods – including rapid evidence assessments, literature reviews, interviews, workshops, theory-based evaluations and case studies. He has experience working on various projects, including evaluations of UKSA’s CEOI programme, UKRI’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF), BEIS' Nuclear Innovation Programme, and the ESRC’s Productivity Programme. Other projects, include: a study on clean energy R&I opportunities for DG RTD; a rapid evidence assessment on the ethics of newborn genome sequencing for Genomics England and an evidence review for digitalising welfare services in the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

Prior to joining RAND, Yiangou completed his M.Sc. in science, technology and society at University College London and has a B.Sc. background in chemistry from The University of Kent.

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