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About Nathan Stephenson
A first year Civil Engineering student at the University of Bristol with a keen interest in design, technology and innovation.Student
In 2014 I won an Arkwright engineering scholarship, through sponsorship, this allowed me to pursue my interests, in design, further while I was a pupil at secondary school. Since then i have been buliding up a portfolio of product designs I have been developing.
Since starting university i have been able to expand my horizons, with regard to design and aesthetics.
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